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New York, NY, United States, 2013/01/28 - PrintsAsia, the mega online bookstore of USA has now given a complete facelift to its website and have adapted to the latest and universally appealing design theme - PrintsAsia.com.
“The requirement for the design change came out of the survey that we conducted last year. Most of the user wanted our website to look trendier and hence we felt we should go with the user demand. A website should represent more of its users taste rather than the management”-said Cyril Wilson the Marketing and Communication head for brand Printsasia. He adds,“We have recently launched ourselves into the markets of United Kingdom and Japan and hence a more universally appealing design was need of the hour”.
It is to be noted that after having launched recently Printsasia.co.uk to allow shopping books in GBP, Printsasia has now taken another initiative to bring such comfort to the shoppers in Japan. They say they target to enable all the readers worldwide to shop books published in distant lands in their local currency. This means a reader in Japan can shop books published in U.K or U.S.A with a click of mouse and receive it in a week or two. The same applies to readers in U.K or U.S.A. too.
Encompassing all genres --from Fiction to Non-Fiction, from Science, Tech and Medicine to Arts, Humanities and Religion, the huge inventory of Printsasia boasts millions of titles collected from more than 25000 big and small publishers across the globe.
The brand Printsasia claims to have a rich collection of rare and popular books, 24x7 live chat and email support and customized pricing for bulk orders. They say their USP is their competitive pricing as the majority of their books are available at the lowest price when compared to other big names in the book industry.
Printsasia is an online bookstore that specializes in offering books and other printed literature. Printsasia has inventory of more than 3 million popular/rare book titles encompassing large network of publishers across the South Asia, America and Britain. They target to meet the academic reading requirements of Colleges, Institutes, Libraries, Scholars, Scientists and Researchers.