Hispanic Chamber, Blender Marketing Team on New Web Site

The Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has redesigned and relaunched its Web site with the help of Blender Marketing Group.

But members and visitors don’t have to worry that one of its most popular aspects has been changed. The photo gallery depicting networking, socializing and fun at the chamber’s mixers and events remains the same, said Joseph Ortiz, chamber spokesman.

The photo gallery is designed to show newcomers and potential members what they can expect at various events. In addition, the gallery generates traffic and highlights leaders as they interact in the community, Ortiz said.

“It was long overdue, but I am extremely happy with the look and feel of our new Web site,” said Harry Garewal, President and CEO of the AZHCC in a statement. Blender is based in the Phoenix area.

The new site incorporates Flash animation and is designed to be more interactive and graphically based. The site also includes a job posting section for companies to place paid employment ads if they are seeking employees, especially those who are bilingual. There also are several Web page sponsorship opportunities for companies.

Source:  Lynn Ducey -  Phoenix Business Journal

 

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