Sporting a massive facelift with its modern and progressive look and in line with the brand image, the website also demonstrates a dynamic approach to getting updates on the brand and its products.
The site will be available worldwide, reflecting regional access and dynamic requirements.
The website will also show the full range of Brunei Halal products and product orders can also be made online.
It is a branding exercise but it is timely with all the background developments taking place with Brunei Wafirah and Brunei Halal products.
“It is the first major change we have had since we were established,” stated Chief Executive Officer of Brunei Wafirah Holdings, Feby Latip
According to Feby, the redesign concentrates on doing four main things; creating a fresh website that better showcases the range of content and products Brunei Halal has to offer, prominent promotion of latest products and special events, allowing easier navigation around the website through a simple, intuitive and dynamic approach and making it faster for users to find content.
The development was handled by Indonesian-based companies; PT Iris Sistem Inforindo and Nuke Graphics, while the design was done in-house by their very own graphic designers, Feby explains.
The website project has been the concerted effort of various departments within Brunei Wafirah Holdings and the trading company, Ghanim International Food Corporation.
In addition to the new website, www.brunei-halal.com, Brunei Halal can also be followed on Facebook and Twitter
The Brunei Times
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