Mico Design re-launches its online support site.
November 27th, 2009
A Sydney-based bathroom and kitchen supplier, Mico showcases premium products from European and Australian manufacturers for the design industry, featuring over 100 brands.
The newly re-launched website provides the design community with an online portal into their showroom, allowing designers to browse the latest products from major brands such as Kohler, Globo, Electrolux and Blanco.
The mico.com.au website provides clear and comprehensive coverage of their extensive range, with products covering everything from basins and showerheads through to coffee machines and rangehoods.
Thanks to the advanced search engine, the extensive range is easily navigated and simultaneously offers alternative products and information to assist users in their selection.
The site features a unique system allowing users from the Architecture and Design community to ‘sign in’ in order to create product schedules for any number of projects. All projects are stored within the system for your reference every time you sign in.
Specify products and request quotes or further information and one of the specialised Mico team will contact you to assist with your query.
The new Mico website aims to provide a ‘one-stop shop’ for bathroom and kitchen products, and a bi-monthly e-newsletter will keep you up to date with the latest in industry news.
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