Window to Europe

Brunton Europe starts own website

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Brunton Europe has just opened a "new window" - and launched its own homepage for the European markets: at the US brand presents all the products, the company's history and some background information about the brand. Further more, Brunton offers a service area for customers in Europe with a search function for dealers and some answers to FAQs. With its interaction section, the new website is also a platform for users to exchange their experience with Brunton products.

Since 2010 Brunton is part of the Fenix Outdoor Group. Since 2011 the US brand runs its own subsidiary Brunton Europe on the European market. Now, the outdoor specialist has launched a new website for its subsidiary: looking at outdoor people get all information about the Brunton products, ranging from solar panels to compasses to optics. A crucial aspect during programming was the website's service character. The search function for Brunton dealers all across Europe and the answers on technical, thus most important FAQs help customers to find out more about which product suits which purpose best and where to find this item.

It is not only the content of the website that scores, it is also the design with some really impressive black and white images in the background. Furthermore, the new website introduces the company's history and offers internal news. For the exchange of experience between users contains also a "Stories from life" section where outdoor people can share their impressions and opinions.

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