Top award for Ithmaar project website
Manama, November 10, 2013
Ithmaar Development Company (IDC) has won the 2013 Arabian Property Award for its Dilmunia at Bahrain website at the International Property Award gala in Dubai.
Dilmunia at Bahrain is a mixed-use project built on a man-made island off the coast of Muharraq.
The website - www.Dilmunia.com - which was named the 'Best Developer Website - Bahrain', has since also been nominated for the 'Best Developer Website - International Award'.
"I am pleased to note that the Dilmunia at Bahrain website has captured regional attention," said IDC chief executive and board member Mohammed Khalil Alsayed.
"This award marks another success for this pioneering development," he said.
"Designing a website for Dilmunia that not only looked stunning, leveraging their existing brand toolset but that effectively communicated the story of the development's past, present and future was the key to the successful realisation of this project," said East Innovations managing director Mark Warman, who developed the website for IDC.
"We're especially proud of the end result, and to have won the Five Star International Property Award in the developer website for Bahrain category is an incredible accolade," he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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