Companion is a high-performance theme for high-powered companies and organizations who need to impress clients with a powerful and professional online presence.
Developed by Stylemix, a top-trusted Power Elite Author on the popular Envato Marketplace, the theme certainly has all the credibility you’d expect from a top WordPress business theme, but is it the right one for you and, if so, how do you go about putting it to work as a dynamic asset for your business?
You’ll find the answer to these questions -and more besides- in this complete Stylemix Companion theme review.
Stylemix Companion Theme: What is it and Who is it For?
The great thing about WordPress themes is that they can be customized for just about any industry. There’s nothing to stop you from buying a theme aimed at restaurants and fine-tuning it for your recording studio if that’s what works for you, just as there’s no reason why you couldn’t use Companion for any type of website you may need.
Truthfully though, this theme is designed with corporate entities in mind. If your business falls under one of the following categories, you’ll find a lot to like about this theme:
- HR firms
- Recruitment companies
- Financial institutions and accountants
- Business consultants
- Marketing consultants and advertising agencies
- Auditing services
- eCommerce businesses
- Digital and creative agencies.
See Companion in Action
Companion Theme Key Features
Why is Companion such a good choice for these types of businesses?
Simple, it contains all the key features you need to create an attractive, functional corporate website, including:
- 8 x demo sites
- 40 x inner-page templates
- One-click demo import
- Service page templates
- Cost Calculator
- Book professional appointment booking tool
- eRoom tool to manage webinars and online meetings from your WordPress dashboard
- WooCommerce compatibility for selling products and services
- Multiple portfolio layouts
- Custom header and footer builder
- Compatibility with WPML to translate into any language
- 30+ unique blocks for Elementor
- Integration with third-party tools such
This article was written by Team WPLift and originally published on Learn WordPress with WPLift.