• 29 January, 2009

    Dynamic, functional and user-friendly – the new APCE website

    Members have acess to a private area of the website where information is available to help them market the services they offer

The Spanish Association of Conference Centres presented its new website during the organisation’s General Assembly. This new internet portal aims to strengthen links between members and increase the amount of information available to users thanks to new search engines. The website’s internet presence has also been enhanced by means of an improved on-line positioning strategy.

Spanish conference centres have strengthened their leading position and continue to stay one step ahead of the competition by creating an attractive, dynamic new image with an improved, user-friendly internet presence. The website of the Spanish Association of Conference Centres (APCE) – www.palacios-congresos-es.com has been redesigned to enhance the quality of its brand image and increase the return its members obtain from the site, as well as improving the quality and quantity of the content.

The new website broadens the information available on the association’s members and this, together with a more powerful search engine, makes the task of organising conferences and conventions easier. The website also includes attractive new features such as a section on events organised by the APCE and one on educational activities.

There is a new section on statistics, which enables users to download reports and studies, in addition to other sources of information such as quarterly bulletins, press releases and newsletters. All these new features are included in a website which is very user-friendly. The association has also adopted a new on-line positioning strategy which enables the website to appear among the first search engine results. All the information is available in Spanish and English.

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