GemFind Is Turning 25
To celebrate, the digital marketing agency is offering discounts on its services.
GemFind’s service portfolio includes Shopify website development, digital marketing strategies, SEO & lead generation, social media management, and interactive applications such as RingBuilder, DiamondLink, Virtual TryOn, StudBuilder, and PendantBuilder.
Celebratory discounts include $250 off all website packages, $250 off initial digital marketing setup fees, and a 25 percent discount on all app setup costs.
Interested parties can book a consultation by visiting GemFind’s website or emailing email@example.com.
The milestone anniversary underscores the company’s longstanding commitment to elevating the digital presence of jewelry businesses and its dedication to developing innovative digital solutions tailored to their unique needs, GemFind said.
Having continuously adapted and evolved since its inception, it has experienced remarkable growth and established itself as a “foundational force in the industry.”
The company’s distinguishing values include commitment to customer-centric service, relentless pursuit of innovation, and a deep understanding of the jewelry market’s unique digital needs, it said.
“Over the past quarter-century, we’ve witnessed countless technological advancements and have continuously adapted and thrived in an ever-changing industry,” said CEO Alex Fetanat, who founded GemFind in 1999.
“This milestone is a testament to our dedication, resilience, and forward-thinking approach, and it sets the stage for even greater accomplishments in the years to come.”
Today, the GemFind team is dedicated to providing a comprehensive digital marketing approach, designing sophisticated websites that showcase jewelry through the innovative JewelCloud platform, and driving e-commerce sales.
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