UDC launches redesigned website
Doha, September 28, 2010
United Development Company (UDC), a leading Qatar-based private sector shareholding company, has launched its redesigned corporate website in Arabic and English.
The new user-friendly website (udcqatar.com) with its refreshed visuals and extended content on UDC, its subsidiaries and projects, fully reflects the rapid growth of the company, and the diverse business areas it now operates in, a company statement said.
The completely updated web presence transparently provides visitors with complete information on the company’s activities, events and announcements, as well as key corporate and subsidiary contact points.
The website responds to the regional and international interests in the company, its projects and investments. It is intended to be a primary communication gateway for customers, shareholders, current and future partners, as well as the interested public.
UDC shareholders will be able to track and keep abreast of the company’s financial performance and results data through the Investor Relations pages.
A new feature of the website is a dedicated page for parties interested to approach UDC on possible partnerships and joint business opportunities.
A dedicated careers section is conveniently placed for visitors interested in a career with UDC. Updated contact details and links for all UDC departments and subsidiaries are now easily accessible, the statement said.
Wide ranging information, press releases and downloads are also available through the website’s media centre.
“The latest design and advanced user experience of our web presence very much represent the positive and trendsetting development of UDC and its diverse activities,” a UDC spokesperson said.
“The website will be continuously developed so as to provide the latest company information for all interested parties.” – TradeArabia News Service
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