Affiliate Window, the largest network in the UK working with more e-commerce operators than any other network, has just won exclusive contracts with both Evans Cycles, the largest independent cycle dealer in the UK and international retailer High and Mighty. Both companies will be launching an affiliate marketing programme with Affiliate Window this month.

“We’re delighted to win these accounts, not only do we add more significant brands to our client base but they contribute to the 215% growth year on year we’ve just achieved this financial year. Our turnover is now at £10,000,000 and with nearly 550 active live programmes, Affiliate Window continues to cement its position as a leading UK affiliate network. ” Said Kevin Brown CEO of Affiliate Window.

For further information on Affiliate Window and their clients or if you wish to interview Kevin Brown please contact Karen Durham-Diggins:

T: 020 8989 2541
M: 07808 584624

Editors notes:
Affiliate Window –
Voted no 1 network by affiliates Affiliate Window has an excellent reputation, both with brands and affiliates, for their in-house technology, reporting and service. They continue to develop tools to protect brands online and were the first affiliate network to offer a Pay per Call solution – Callwindow – in December 2005.

Established in 2000 Affiliate Window’s extensive client base includes blue chip operations as well as SME’s and includes: , Vodafone, Phones4U, Comet and Woolworths.

Evans Cycles:
Evans cycles are the largest independent cycle dealer in the UK, and also have one of largest mail order departments too, ensuring high quality bikes and accessories are never too far away. Our stores are in London and the rest of the UK.

High and Mighty:
High and Mighty is today an international retail chain, with 24 stores in the UK and 7 stores in Continental Europe. Whether you purchase through mail order, the internet or in one of our stores our customers will find some of the most unique and dynamic clothes for big or tall men around.

Published on: 12:00AM on 26th July 2006