The AFEF (Association Française pour l’Étude du Foie) asked the Agency to develop a brand-new website, monfoie.org, to raise awareness among the general public about the prevention and screening for liver disease. This modern and responsive website is the leading site on the topic with reliable, serious and complete information.
AFEF is the Société Française d’Hépatologie (French Hepatology Society), which brings together researchers and doctors specialising in hepatology. This state-approved organisation weighs in on recommendations for treating liver-related diseases.
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Jérôme Dutrieux,an executive coach, outlined the issues at stake for companies’ mission and purpose, in light of the recent findings of the Notat-Sénard report.
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Since 1975, the French public utility association, the AFEF has brought together all clinicians and researchers who are working to fight liver diseases.
The association runs many initiatives including scientific activities and conferences, ongoing medical training, the publication of texts and official recommendations, annual support for research projects, etc. A recognised and vital scientific role in France.
A reference point for professionals, the association now wants to create a website to educate the general public about hepatology and provide it with a reliable and serious information source.
It has selected ComNext to help it build this new website: monfoie.org.
The agency is also working with the association to create communication tools designed for its scientific audience including emails, posters, banners, etc.
Carlimpex has been manufacturing paper towels and hygiene products for the hospitality industry since 1953. This growing company selected ComNext to create its new visual identity together with new communication tools.
Resulting from a wealth of discussions between ComNext and management, the new Carlimpex logo combines elegance and simplicity, while remaining resolutely modern. For international visibility, a corporate brochure and vertical banners featuring the new image have also been developed.
Sage’s Mid-Market team renewed its contract with ComNext by asking it to create the Sage FRP 1000 version 7 Quiz. During the four stages of the Sage FRP 1000 version 7 Tour de France, the knowledge of the Sage partners participating in the event was tested using this new digital Quiz. The Agency was responsible for producing the responsive web design, and developing the quiz and the back office allowing the random draw and the rules of the game.
The leading European group for inventories and stock management, Ivalis wanted a website with a more modern look and usability, capable of supporting its meteoric success. ComNext has created a website that now positions Ivalis as a powerful and preeminent group while retaining the proximity and accessibility valued by the distributors who are the brand’s customers.
Segula Technologies, the International engineering and consultancy group in high-tech innovation wished to give its sites (corporate and international subsidiaries) a dimension and status more in phase with its modern ambitions and strong current growth.
ComNext, the agency chosen by Segula Technologies, who already worked on their print creation strategy, has now done the web design. By incorporating the targets of stronger compliance with regulations and greater accessibility, Segula allows visitors to its website to browse in a clear and innovative environment that conveys its values of proximity.
A large section is also dedicated to the coherence of its subsidiaries which are now more closely linked to and recognised by the Corporate website. We have not ignored the human side, which is at the heart of Segula Technologies strategy, as we have set up intelligent gateways to the social networks. The graphic concept of a woven web that moves yet lends structure, represents the complex network of companies, sectors and technologies in which the Group works.
The general look gives the Group a younger look, the new breath of life it needs to conquer new countries and new markets. The architecture and development side of the project was conducted in partnership with Wharf.
As exclusive reps for Indian designer Mukul Goyal in Europe, Pulsaï selects and imports luxury objects and items for the home/office. The company is particularly focused on capturing markets in French and German speaking countries. ComNext devised Pulsaï’s global identity starting off with the logo and graphic charter and then moving on to the website: www.pulsai.com and press packs etc. All these different factors unite to convey an image that is design and quality orientated.
Launched almost 40 years ago SOS Sahel continues to strengthen its position in the market place by rethinking and updating both its communication tools and image.
ComNext was selected to help this NGO update its identity on the worldwide stage. It now boasts a new and stronger image that reinforces company values of solidarity, commitment and expertise.
Having established the company’s new identity and graphic charter ComNext then turned its attention to advertising tools that would boost the impact of the NGO’s messages (internal documents and documents destined for sponsors and partners).
Sage simplifies and automates business processes for over 6 million businesses in 70 countries. Sage ERP X3 is Sage’s first product and the only one to have its own dedicated global website: www.sageerpx3.com.
The Sage ERP X3 team called upon ComNext to design the new version of its site. As the spearhead of the Sage group’s graphic charter and X3 enterprise resource planning application, the site will serve as the benchmark for Sage as a whole around the world.