San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) September 30, 2010
Coaching Sanctuary http://www.coachingsanctuary.com, a new interactive life-coaching solution that helps women over 40 create their lives with intention, integrity and the love of friends, today announced that it has been awarded the WebAward 2010 for Outstanding Web Site in the Category of Health Care by the Web Marketing Association™. This is the 14th year the Web Marketing Association™ has recognized winners of its WebAward Competition for Web site development. More than 2,000 sites from 45 countries were adjudicated in 96 industry categories during this year's competition.
Entries were judged on design, copy writing, innovation, content, interactivity, navigation, and use of technology. Judges noted that Coaching Sanctuary “speaks to its intended audience very well” and that its "design is a good reflection of the objective of the site” with “nice use of embedded videos and flash."
"We are excited to receive the honor of this award and to be recognized by the Web Marketing Association – this is an outstanding acknowledgment for us,” said Bettina Jetter, passionate creator of Coaching Sanctuary. “We are dedicated to creating first-rate products with the highest of standards for our clients.”
For more information about Coaching Sanctuary and/or to request an interview with Bettina Jetter, please contact Kaity Ocean at Kaity [at] ocean-pr [dot] com or 775-787-9257.
About Coaching Sanctuary
Coaching Sanctuary provides members with a self-guided journey to personal transformation through an integrated set of fun and easy-to-use tools focusing on everything from goal-setting and tracking to peer-collaboration, journal writing and reflection, for a more fulfilled and intentional life. It is the creation of Bettina and Mike Jetter, and came to fruition as part of a series of projects resulting from Mike’s diagnosis of Leukemia and the couple’s realization that life is finite and time is precious. Throughout the process of Mike’s illness and recovery and experiencing numerous life transitions, the Jetters discovered that positive change must come from within and decided they wanted to create meaningful products that positively impact people’s lives. Coaching Sanctuary is a space where people can experience that change in the way they work, think and live day-to-day.
Prior to creating Coaching Sanctuary, the Jetters invented Mindjet, a technology company designed to make a significant difference in the way people use their computers to produce results, along with its flagship product MindManager, the leading application for mind-mapping and visual collaboration worldwide. Following Mindjet's launch and successful growth, the Jetters co-authored an inspirational book, The Cancer Code - How a Journey Through Leukemia Led to a Software that Changed the Way People Work. Their story has been featured in the Wall Street Journal and the Financial Times among other press. In 2004, the Jetters received Ernst & Young's Entrepreneur of the Year Award for Information Technology in Germany.