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     Chris says:

    Chris
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    This was published this morning on the RNS news wire:

    RNS Number : 6186T
    JSJS Designs PLC
    17 December 2012

    JSJS DESIGNS PLC

     (AIM: JSJS)

     

    LightwaveRF.com Launch

     

    JSJS Designs Plc (“JSJS” or “the Company”), the home automation specialists, announces the successful introduction of its new LightwaveRF.com site aimed at heightening the awareness of products to consumers but also in the recruitment of registered and approved installers. During the first month of operation the site has registered and opened trade accounts for over 250 electricians the majority through organic searches but close to 100 as a result of its new direct mail campaign which will roll out to a wider audience in January.

     

    The campaign entitled “Britain’s Brightest Sparks” targets electricians giving them facility to host their own promotional site within the LightwaveRF.com domain. The electricians are further supported by the new LightwaveRF promotional brochures and DVDs to aid in explaining the product range to their customers.

     

    In addition the business has started taking pre orders for its much awaited new boiler and remote heating control system. The order bank has exceeded 100 systems in just three days.

     

    Commenting on the developments Mike Lord JSJS Chairman and CEO said “The response to the new site has been much better than we had expected. The ability of an electrician to have a such high quality promotional support and access to consumer leads generated by the site has caught their attention as much as our fantastic product range. This is a higher margin channel for us and we are targeting a team of up to 1000 electricians initially which we are well on the way to achieving.”

     

    Contacts:




    JSJS Designs Plc

    http://www.jsjsdesigns.com

    Mike Lord, CEO

    +44 (0) 1902 500 562 



    WH Ireland Limited

    http://www.wh-ireland.co.uk

    Marc Davies / Mike Coe

    +44 (0) 117 945 3470



    Yellow Jersey PR

    http://www.yellowjerseypr.com

    Dominic Barretto

    +44 (0) 7768 537 739

     

    About JSJS Designs

    JSJS Designs develops home automation systems to enable consumers to remotely operate everyday household appliances such as lighting, heating, air conditioning, door entry, audio, video and security. The Company is targeting the potentially significant mass market as consumers increasingly seek to “retro-fit” smart home technologies into their homes and, in the longer term, the “extra care” residential market where there is demand from the providers of such schemes to enable independent living for the elderly and physically immobile.

     

     

    This information is provided by RNS
    The company news service from the London Stock Exchange

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    • This topic was modified 4 years, 5 months ago by  @Chris.
    • This topic was modified 4 years, 5 months ago by  @Chris.
    Chris Mills Founder and Editor - LightwaveRF Community http://cpmills.com/ http://lightwaverfcommunity.org.uk
    #3526
     AndreWilley says:

    AndreWilley
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    Of  course it’d be lovely if it actually worked….  lightwaverf.co.uk works, but .com doesn’t.

    Andre

    #3528
     AndreWilley says:

    AndreWilley
    Participant

    … or rather there’s an odd redirect that points ‘lightwaverf.com’ to https:\\www.lightwaverf.com (which does not work). Manually using http:// instead works, and it stays there for subsequenent attempts rather than trying the secure version.
    Andre

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Chris works as a techie for a large IT service provider. He is a geek at heart and loves nothing more than trying to automate his home. The problem is, his wife simply doesn't get it and can't understand why they can't have 'normal' lights like everyone else! Chris is dedicated therefore to implementing automation in a family friendly way.

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