Corra’s Client, Focus Camera, Makes Internet Retailer’s Top 500 List

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Focus Camera, a Brooklyn-based multi-channel retailer of photography equipment and electronics (and also a Corra client!), announced today that its company was selected for the 2013 Internet Retailer Top 500 Guide.  Congrats guys!

The IR 500 is a renowned list of merchants across various industries that identifies leading players in North American e-retailing. Companies are chosen based on their previous year’s online sales and based on growth.

Early last year, Focus Camera hired Corra to migrate their two online stores onto the Magento platform and to improve the sites’ speed (great site performance is a key factor for increasing conversion and boosting revenue, after all). We’re excited to announce that Focus Camera ranked as the 15th web retailer in the Computer and Electronics category and 174th overall.

See the full press release here.

Photo via Photopin/Bethan


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