Jessops.com Website Set to Relaunch
The Jessops.com website, which went down after the UK’s biggest high-street camera retailer had gone into administration last month, now displays a note saying, “The new Jessops website will be launching soon!!” According to administrators PricewaterhouseCoopers International (PwC), the Jessops brand has been sold to “a number of buyers including entrepreneur Peter Jones” of Dragons’ Den fame. The Jessops Photo website is already up and running again, selling photo books, prints, calendars and other personalised gifts made by Cewe Color. Meanwhile the main site, Jessops.com, is now prompting visitors to sign up for relaunch updates.
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
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At a guess - I doubt that "new" Jessops will be liable for "old" Jessops vouchers and warranty
Daf at 02:08pm on Thursday, February 14, 2013
I admire Peter Jones for saving Jessops, I hope it goes well.
Well done Peter for creating Jobs in such a difficult time.
Tom Hewkin at 09:21am on Thursday, March 28, 2013
The New York Times seems intent on putting the very idea of Israel’s continued existence, the idea of real and functional Jewish national self-determination, up for debate. First it was an Op-Ed by Muammar Qaddafi calling for an end to Israel. Now it's a page one column by Ian Lustick. http://www.alarmsistemleri.web.tr
james at 12:08pm on Tuesday, September 24, 2013