Emaar.EC re-launches KAEC website
Jeddah, April 11, 2009
Emaar, The Economic City (Emaar.E.C), the Tadawul-listed company developing King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC), has re-launched the website of KAEC.
The all-new website (www.kaec.net) is a comprehensive, one-stop source of information of all aspects of the 168 million sq m mega-project and captures the development dynamic of KAEC with updates on current and forthcoming projects.
The re-launched website will be one of the most effective and informative access points for all information relevant to various stakeholders including customers, current and potential investors, shareholders, suppliers, partners and policy makers, said an Emaar EC official.
Key additions include an RSS feed and direct links to all departments of KAEC and Emaar.E.C, thus facilitating faster processing of enquiries and more streamlined interaction between visitors and the management team.
Imad Hashem, acting executive director communications & corporate affairs, Emaar.E.C, said: “In the past one year, KAEC has achieved tremendous progress – both in terms of the scale of development as well as investor response.'
'Today, KAEC is recognised as one of the most promising investment destinations in the region, and we receive enquiries from all parts of the world,' he noted.
According to Hashem, the newly re-launched website captures the true development dynamic of the mega-project, and will facilitate faster interaction with all its stakeholders.
Offering multiple options for ease of navigation, the web pages have been customised for ease of access.
The web-site is now more graphic-rich, making browsing more self-explanatory and also offering visitors a better insight on the mega-project.
Visitors can take virtual tours of the various components of KAEC and thus gain a comprehensive overview. They can download reports and photographers, and several wall papers have also been made available, he explained.
Hashem pointed out that KAEC was envisaged as the first Smart City in the region, offering an integrated ICT platform.
'By re-launching the website with added features, we are further leveraging on the technological strengths that guide the project’s development,' he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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