Ubrandit.com has retained Philadelphia-based public relations firm Gregory Communications Inc. (GCI) to coordinate a media relations campaign to introduce its e-commerce strategy to key online and traditional media and end-user markets.
Founded in 1990, Gregory Communications has helped to launch CDNOW, Kodak PhotoNet online, StarCD, RealTIME Media and a number of other Internet and technology-related products and services.
Two years in development, Ubrandit.com is launching an e-commerce technology that allows any online company to immediately add pre-formatted, turnkey e-commerce sites. Ubrandit.com’s sites are branded with the name, logo, and color-scheme of the client’s Web site — providing a transparent e-commerce solution.
The company recently completed JungleJeff.com, an e-commerce site for books, music, and videos, and operates sites devoted to financial information.
“Ubrandit.com’s transparent e-commerce sites allow anyone to own and administer their own book, music, video, or financial Web site in less than 10 minutes of design time,” said Gregory Matusky, founder and president of Gregory Communications. “That’s a powerful concept in a market that’s projected to be worth more than $41 billion by the year 2002.” Billings for the account were not disclosed.
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