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Borghese Spa Builds New Website

By Christine Esposito, Associate Editor | January 15, 2014

Improved functionality for partner spas.

Italian luxury brand Borghese has launched a new website,, which features tailored functionality and design aimed at providing a great resource center for professionals interested in partnering with Borghese.

"We are so excited to be working with such an iconic brand," said Conor Begley co-founder of Tribe Dynamics, which developed the site. "Borghese Spa is perfectly positioned to take the global spa industry head on. The website makes it easy for spa professionals to order products and download turn-key treatment protocols and marketing materials."

"Borghese is steeped in traditional spa culture," said Carolyn Atkinson, general manager of spa and franchise sales. "We are delighted to come home to our roots in spa. Our new website provides the ideal platform to support our resort and day spa partners, as well as launch our new Spa Franchise, available in January 2014."

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