the ultimate trading experience
New York (PRWEB) May 02, 2012
Leading binary options trading firm Banc De Binary has launched its new website this week in response to the company’s recent growth and global success. To celebrate, the firm is giving away $5,000 to one of the people who tweets their thoughts about the new site.
The dramatic influx of customers to Banc De Binary’s website over the last year has encouraged the firm’s improved and renovated site design. Vice President of Technologies, Jack Caine, said that the upgraded bbinary.com is the result of three labor intensive months for the in-house team of writers, graphic designers and computer programmers.
“Our aim was to create the ultimate trading experience for customers in terms of ease of use, platform features and quality of information. We’re delighted at the feedback so far, and hope that our traders will benefit and profit from the improvements.”
Banc De Binary has enjoyed huge success internationally, recently picking up awards for its trading platform from the renowned World Finance. The market for binary options trading has grown exponentially since the financial crisis of 2008 and the company has firmly established itself at the forefront of the industry. As a result it has been driven to continuous improvements, and takes pride in providing clients with the highest possible level of financial services.
The elegant and coherent design of the new site is intended to reflect the financial experience and professionalism of the firm, while at the same time remaining true to the company’s commitment to cutting-edge technology and advancements. The text, educational material and contact information have also all been improved to facilitate the user’s experience.
To encourage feedback on the new site, all those who tweet their thoughts this week to @TradeBBinary before 9am Monday 7th May EST will be entered into a prize draw. The lucky winner will be randomly selected and will win $5,000 to invest in their new or existing trading account.
Time to trade and tweet.