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The luxury shoe company Jimmy Choo Sale has narrowed the range for its initial public offering in London and could be valued at up to $1 billion, according to a person familiar with the discussions. It would become the first publicly traded, stand-alone luxury footwear brand. Jimmy Choo had originally hoped to price its offering at £1.40 to £1.80 a share, but would be "fully covered," or have sufficient commitments from investors to proceed, within the new price range, the person said. The British shoe brand is expected to price its offering at 1.40 pounds to 1.60 pounds a share, or about $2.25 to $2.57, valuing the company at up to $1 billion at the top end of the range, said the person, who was not authorized to discuss the matter publicly. It is not uncommon in Europe for the price range of offerings to narrow – both to the low end or the high end – after discussions with investors. The company has conducted a road show for investors in recent weeks. Jimmy Choo Shoes For Sale is expected to sell at least 25 percent of its new holding company, Jimmy Choo Ltd., and begin trading this month.

Jimmy Choo follows luxury companies including SPA and Brunello Cucinelli SPA in selling a stake on European stock markets. Shares in both companies have fallen by more than a third this year. For the first scoring round of "Speed, Communication, and General Website features" the Jimmy Choo Shoes Sale website scored an eight. The average load time of website across all the brands websites was 2.4 seconds - the Jimmy Choo website was considerably quicker and worked quickly across all platforms. The second criteria we judge our luxury brands on what how effectively designed and optimised there Category Pages were. The Jimmy Choo website had a very comprehensive search facility which allowed user to narrow down there selection by colour, price and designer. From Hit Search experience in this marketplace we know that customer like seeing specific categories for new arriving products but just 76% of the sites offered this facility provided this information is a clear and consistent manner and scored an eight.

Product Page design and optimisation was a critical part of scoring criteria in our luxury brand report. The report concluded that 93% of the sites had a prominent add to basket function and 76% of the brands had an add to basket bottom above the page fold - both considerably increasing the chances of making a sale. Our report scored Jimmy Choo with an eight. Reviewing the Recommendations, Delivery and Returns Policy of the entire luxury product gave us our penultimate scoring criteria. Jimmy Choo Outlet scored a perfect ten in this area ensuring a highly likelihood of a customer converting and providing no barriers to sale. Having a Mobile Friendly site was the last scoring criteria of which Jimmy Choo scored a perfect ten. Yet 41% of our sites did not have a mobile responsive design version of the website and relied on the same website for desktop. A recent survey from Econsultancy suggested that conversions increase by up to 50% when implementing responsive mobile design. In our opinion Jimmy Choo has a website that leads the pack when it comes to converting visitors into sale. To find more of the detail of how Jimmy Choo achieve this download our report; Link at the bottom of the article.