XL Video goes multilingual with new website

XL Video goes multilingual with new website

Published: ASIA

WORLD: XL Video has launched a new multi-country, multilingual website. As well as some of the standard European languages, such as English, French, German and Dutch, the site is also available in Chinese. According to the manufacturer, the inclusion of Chinese supports XL’s ability to provide video rental solutions in China and Asia.

The website has been developed with Eindhoven-based digital agency, Beachhead, and with input from the manufacturer’s global offices. The key requirement that the new site must have a mobile-friendly responsive design.

‘With so much global website traffic now being mobile, we wanted to ensure that our website would be a good experience for visitors whether they’re in an office on a computer, or out on an event and using a smartphone,’ said Lucas Covers, group CEO of XL Video. ‘We believe that the new website showcases the best of our work and the ease of use will enable visitors to the site to contact us easily to make enquiries.’

XL Video’s new website is designed to be used by clients looking for video solutions in their chosen market sectors, as well as providing an information resource for technical producers and technicians with details of the technology items XL uses for its projects.

www.xlvideo.com
 

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