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Britespan Launches New Customer Driven Website

August 6th, 2018 by Britespan Building Systems Inc. News & Press Releases No Comments

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Officially live as of August 1, Britespan is happy to share the launch of their new customer website. “We are very excited to launch the new website. This was an opportunity to really communicate who we are as a company, and what is important to us - our customers,” says Amanda Monaghan, Marketing Manager.

Designed and developed by AMPERAGE Marketing & Fundraising, Britespan’s new website provides users and visitors with an engaging and interactive experience, and aims to improve the overall buying journey. The content and tools address the unique challenges and pain points in each industry, pertaining to storage and shelter building solutions, and help our customers find the perfect building solutions to improve their business.

Get inspired by customer stories and sample building projects found throughout the site. Peer to peer communications provide first-hand feedback about Britespan experiences, the products and the interaction with Britespan “local experts”.

“This website is completely unique in that the focus is on how our products can really address the customer’s needs and improve their operations. The new website allows Britespan to connect with our customers on a personal level,” says Amanda.

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    With over 25 years in the fabric structure industry, businesses have relied on Britespan buildings to protect their most valuable assets and provide superior operational and storage space.