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EDANL launches new website and refreshed brand

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The new website offers members & visitors new features and easy access to essential resources

December 20, 2017

On December 20, 2017, the Economic Developers Association of Newfoundland and Labrador (EDANL) unveiled a completely redesigned and rebranded website at www.edanl.ca. The website was a highly-anticipated project for members and will provide economic development practitioners in the province with a new resource.

Website visitors will find the website to effectively showcase a fresh look for the Association with its mobile-responsiveness and easy-to-navigate design. In addition to improved design features, EDANL has incorporated a growing dedication to educational resourcefulness for economic development practitioners.

“We are excited to announce that our site will also include a member portal in the New Year which is meant to bring exceptional value to our members, by providing an opportunity to learn and share best practices with each other”, said Ross Houlihan, President of EDANL.

The refreshed website is in coordination with a rebranded identity for EDANL, including a redesigned association logo.

“With the new website and logo, we are taking the opportunity to strengthen and modernize how we represent our association and promote the industry to our members, government officials, the media and the communities in which we operate.” Said Steve Butler, EDANL Treasurer.

The Economic Developers Association of Newfoundland and Labrador (EDANL) is a non-profit organization representing economic development practitioners across the Province. EDANL works to enhance the professional competence of Economic Development Officers; to advance Economic Development as a distinct, recognized and self-governing profession; and to contribute to the economic well-being of communities and the Province as a whole.

EDANL can be accessed online at www.edanl.ca, and can also be found on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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