Bruntwork Announces the Build of Hubci Worldwide's Ecommerce Platform

LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / April 5, 2022 / Bruntwork , a web development agency announce build of Hubci Worldwide’s new ecommerce platform aimed at fueling the company’s retail merchandise strategy. Bruntwork is regarded as one of the best in the industry at web development and digital marketing. Hubci are excited to have the Bruntwork team work on project and plan to deploy the platform for an April 2022 launch. Hubci is a lifestyle brand and retailer based out of LA, California. Its founder/CEO is Sam Rayan and his son Rawy Rayan is Co-Founder/Creative Director.

As retail sales rebounded through January Hubci looked to expand its e-commerce capability as the Omicron wave hit its peak and inflation turned even hotter. Hubci has hired Bruntwork to upgrade their e-commerce capability as there is a resurgence of spending as consumers grow accustomed to post-pandemic shopping. Bruntwork noted that spending at US retailers rose 3.8% last month to a record $649.8 billion, the Census Bureau said this week. Economists surveyed by Bloomberg expected sales to jump 2%.

Hubci ‘s new e-commerce platform will offer their community a seamless digital experience and will support the expansion of their product and merchandise strategy. The retailer based out of LA, California has also been expanding across the US in 2022 with its retail format in cities and with pop-up stores. Sam Rayan (Founder/CEO) and his son Rawy Rayan (Co-Founder) started out in Orlando, FL in 2005. Despite a flat patch during the worst of lockdowns, the company is riding high with their latest flagship store opened on the famed Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles, CA. Hubci Co-Founder – Rawy Rayan

Many major retailers and consumer-products companies have reported better-than-expected profits this earnings season.

Hubci rode that trend with sales growing by nearly 13% over the same […]

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