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Liverpool retailer unveils innovative new re-brand and website

An award-winning Liverpool retailer has announced a company-wide rebrand in line with increased demand.

Jessie & Co, located in Prescot,  has recently unveiled its new branding alongside an innovative e-commerce website to bring the company firmly into the modern age.

Established in 2010 as Jessie’s Jewels, the newly reformed Jessie & Co is renowned across the North West for its forward-thinking approach to selling clothing, jewellery, bags and accessories to name a few.

Managing Director of Jessie & Co Louise Gillespie said: “It’s such an exciting time for our business as we enter our eighth year of trading, and to look back and see what we’ve achieved since our establishment is certainly rewarding. From selling our limited jewellery products at house parties and pop-up shops to managing a store selling a huge range of items is fantastic – business has continued to grow and we are pleased to be in the position to enter the next chapter as Jessie & Co.

“While our storefront in Prescot remains popular with customers from across Merseyside, we are welcoming an increase in nationwide business, which comes to us through the likes of social media. Many of our clients had asked us if we’d planned to expand into online selling and e-commerce, and with that in mind, we’re thrilled to officially launch www.jessieandco.co.uk which features all of our most popular pieces and a few exclusives, too!”

Jessie & Co is a family-ran business headed by Louise with her daughter, Jess, who can be found working in the store itself and managing the brand’s social media presence, photography and styling.

Louise added: “Perhaps most rewarding of all for me is to see the positive impact Jessie & Co has had on Jess, my daughter. The business itself was initially founded because I wanted to offer her a part-time job whilst she was studying towards her GCSEs and A-Levels at the age of 15. It was during an uncertain and difficult economic time, and as an independent business woman myself, it was important for me that Jess would be financially self-sufficient and I’m very proud of what we’ve achieved as a team.”