Primedia launches newly-designed website
Manama, February 17, 2013
Bahrain-based media solutions company Primedia International has announced the launch of its newly designed corporate website.
This innovative website provides users with the portfolio of products and services offered by Primedia International to businesses which want to increase their visibility and leads in the GCC, a statement from the company said.
With the rise in technology and growing demand for companies to be visible in their respective markets, the website presents opportunities and platforms for businesses to maximise their presence in the region.
The new www.primediaintl.com enhances the user experience where customers and clients can easily find information about all the media solutions available - print products, digital services and a range of other media opportunities, the statement said.
With the company’s recent upgrades and restructuring of its online platforms – www.gulfind.com, www.yellowpages.bh, www.yellowpages.qa – Primedia International has expanded its digital expertise: website and app development, email broadcasting and data management are part of Primedia’s extended portfolio.
“Our aim in enhancing the website is to provide visitors with the opportunity to learn about Primedia Internationals’ portfolio of solutions enabling all businesses to achieve exposure and visibility through print, online, on-mobile, e-broadcasting and database management services,” said chief executive Mike Orlov. “We are proud to offer a wide choice of platforms and media to help businesses to connect buyers and sellers together.” – TradeArabia News Service
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