"This new website will drive us to the very forefront of the corporate Christmas parties market" - Rob Hill, CEO, Eventa
Brighton, Sussex (PRWEB UK) 12 June 2011
Eventa, organisers of corporate Christmas parties for groups and organisations in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, today announced that their new website has been made live on the World Wide Web. Since their formation in 2009, Eventa have experienced steady growth in the Christmas parties market with turnover set to increase dramatically as a result. Eventa CEO Rob Hill explains that plans had been in place for some time to create a new company website, in a bid to become the UK's leading Christmas party provider for the corporate market.
"We started to plan the new website in April with the aim to launch it in time for the first bookings being made in June. We've already had five times the number of bookings that we had at this same stage last year, so we doubled our efforts to get it live early and we couldn't be happier with how it looks."
Designed to have a more corporate feel than the previous website, the new portal has had a number of additional layout features installed to make it easier for groups looking for a particular type of Christmas party. Visitors are now able to search for shared or exclusive festive events in a certain location and at a certain price. In a bid to drive up their social media presence, the company has also added tabs which click through to its Twitter and Facebook pages.
"We've completely re-branded ourselves, including a new logo, new font all over the website and a whole host of new package and location images. It looks a lot fresher, a lot more professional and, most importantly, is easier to navigate than ever before," says Hill.
Eventa are aiming to promote their Christmas party ideas aspect a lot more heavily. To do this, they have included a direct link to their blog and news sections from the home page, which is to be updated regularly with Christmas party hints and tips for various locations across the UK, to ensure that their customers arrive at their events fully prepared.