DBC launches new website
A leading foodservice operator is bringing itself up to date with the launch of a new dynamic company website.
DBC Foodservice’s new site, www.dbc.co.uk, aims to provide the latest news, views and special offers from the business, along with a range of new features and benefits for both customers and suppliers.
The company said the site had been designed and built following research with suppliers, manufacturers and customers across the industry. The result uses the company’s ‘we love food’ strapline and its distinctive red, white and black branding.
Features on the site include a quick depot-finding service, a new recruitment section, media area, and a showcase for both leading branded products and DBC’s comprehensive own-label brand, ‘dbc label’.
Information on special offers, promotions, downloadable high-specification brochures of both existing and new products, and a menu-planning calendar reminding customers of upcoming events has also been included, together with reminders of seasonal and special occasions to plan and order for, with relevant food recommendations. Updated regularly, the site will provide customers with a wealth of industry information, as well as DBC news updates.
Chris Horne, managing director of DBC Foodservice, said: “We have worked extremely hard to create a new website that fully reflects what DBC offers. The site has been built to allow greater interaction with customers due to the many new features. Potential customers will also be able to find out more about our industry-leading service and products, encouraging them to give us a try.
“Being able to update the site daily with fresh offers, price promotions and menu suggestions is a real step forward. The site has been designed to be an approachable source of information for the industry and provides increased opportunities for users to engage with DBC.”
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