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“We were asking ourselves what does the future look like for our business. We’ve had an online presence for a few years now with our online store but it was a fairly small presence. It certainly wasn’t fully optimised. This channel is evolving so quickly so we wanted to position ourselves for the future but also optimise what is going on today,” said Ben Summons, Managing Director of Stone & Wood Brewing Co.

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