Hamilton Fraser announces launch of new website

Hamilton Fraser announces launch of new website

Hamilton Fraser, parent company to Cosmetic Insurance, mydeposits, Total Landlord Insurance, the Property Redress Scheme, Client Money Protect and the Cosmetic Redress Scheme has announced the launch of its brand new website, designed to create an amalgamated hub for all its brands.

A year in the making, the redesigned site is now live and forms part of a larger initiative for the company.

Hamilton Fraser is a market leading brand; ‘protecting the things that matter most’, and has been providing specialist insurance products for the cosmetic and property sectors since 1996. In 2016, Hamilton Fraser was listed in The Leap 100 (a list of the country’s fastest-growing companies) having been identified as one of the most exciting, ambitious and entrepreneurial companies in the UK.

The fundamental elements of driving change were to raise the profile of the Hamilton Fraser brand itself and promote the services it has to offer, as well as educate through the use of videos and specialist podcasts with buy-to-let industry expert, Paul Shamplina. Most importantly, the website has been developed due to the company’s recent growth and commitment to achieving innovation and brand recognition.

Key features of the new website include:

• Interactivity – use of videos and interactive timeline of the Hamilton Fraser history
• People – an entire section dedicated to illustrating who Hamilton Fraser are and what it’s like to work for them
• Education – a focus on educating both consumers and the industry through expert resources

Eddie Hooker, CEO of Hamilton Fraser, comments:

“We are really pleased with the look and feel of our new website, showcasing the vision and core values of our brands. The site is the latest advance in the company’s transformation and will support our future growth and expansion plans.”

 

The new Hamilton Fraser website is now live: www.hamiltonfraser.co.uk.

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