Ever since some bright spark invented electricity, the race has been on to build bigger and better ways to use it. Fancy a nice 3D TV, dabling with Blu Ray, or just looking for something to wash your clothes or cook your dinner in? You’ve come to the right place!
In 2001, CEO John Roberts launched Appliances Online, the group’s first website selling white goods, with a simple vision to make buying appliances easy. The years moved quickly and so did Appliances Online, re-launching in 2012 as ao.com, collecting over 1.5 million Facebook followers along the way and winning the Time Top 100 4th best company to work for 2 years in a row. Since re-launch, ao has expanded its range to over 4,000 products across multiple categories and has become one of the UKs leading online electrical retailers. ›› more…
Currys is a leading electrical retailer in the UK with over 300 super stores and over 160 Currys Digital stores on the high street. With over 6000 products, with ranges including Audio, Computing, Gaming, Kitchen Appliances, Photography, TV and DVD to name just a few, you are sure to find exactly what you are look for.
LedHut Ltd supplies LED products to customers throughout Europe. The LedHut headquarters are located in Jersey (Channel Islands) with an operational base in Winchester, UK. Both locations showcase the range of products on offer via two show rooms with the added ability of being able to purchase/pick up from two Trade Outlets. LedHut now has additional sites serving customers in France and Germany.
PC World is Britain’s largest specialist chain of computer superstores. The superstores offer more than 5,000 product lines including extensive ranges of PCs, laptops, printers, software, peripherals and accessories from the major brands, as well as many PC World exclusive products. In-store PC Clinics offer on the spot advice and service. Component Centres offer a ‘one-stop shop’ for customers with advanced technical knowledge, providing a vast choice of PC components and upgrade products at competitive prices.
Spares4Appliance (S4A) is a leading retail eCommerce business specialising in Spare Parts for domestic appliances. They offer quick access to the largest stock of parts in the UK for all ranges and models. They have unrivalled access to large quantities of stock and an excellent support service to help customers identify the parts they need.
- They hold the largest retail store in the UK of spare parts for Domestic Appliances
- They offer competitive prices on either original or patterned parts
- They have access to hard to find parts from a local main distributor
- They offer fast delivery (next day)
- They have the most comprehensive part look up database in the UK
- They provide technical support to help identify the part that is needed
- They remember their clients
Spares4Appliance is run by a dedicated customer sales team managing their many market places drawing on the expertise of web marketeers, online traders, domestic appliance engineers and highly experienced customer service professionals. This when coupled with their own warehouse and unique cataloguing system means that spares4appliances offers the best service in the UK for getting you the part you need when you need it.
Tesco.com is one of the UK’s leading online retailers and has expanded beyond just selling groceries online. Tesco Direct has a fantastic range of ‘non-food’ products, such as TVs, Laptops and furniture. Plus Tesco also sells wine by the case online and everything to do with entertainment, such as CDs, DVDs, Blu-rays and books. On top of this, there are other shops such as eDiets and DVD Rental.
Viking was founded in the USA in the 1960’s, and retails office stationery and supplies to businesses across the UK, Europe, and the world. They are part of Office Depot, the largest office supplies company in the world, which operates in 22 countries and employs 50,000 worldwide. They are also one of the biggest global retailers on the Internet.