Creating a mouth-watering website for a local caterer

We recently went live with a new website we created for Munch Catering in Regina: https://www.munchinregina.ca.

Munch is a local caterer that is known for its tasty food and compelling story. Munch is a social enterprise that proudly employs adults with cognitive disabilities and trains them to become professional food service workers.

The company was looking for a website that was more appetizing than what it currently had. We refreshed Munch’s online presence by creating a new website with a sleek design. We highlighted the company’s tasty offerings on every page and created professional looking menus.

The website was part of a re-branding process spearheaded bu Benchmark that also included the design of a new logo, plus promotional materials and stationery.

Here are some photos of the website:

 

 

Benchmark approaches website design from every angle. Along with choosing a professional design, we create detailed content plans to ensure the site is organized efficiently. We ensure that all of our websites can be maintained by the clients and we provide training and ongoing support. Contact us at info@benchmarkpr.ca to discuss your website project.

SaskEnergy Rate Review report published

It was Benchmark’s pleasure to work alongside the Saskatchewan Rate Review Panel on the creation of the SaskEnergy Rate Review report, which was released on Tuesday.

The Saskatchewan Rate Review Panel advises the Government of Saskatchewan on rate applications proposed by SaskEnergy, SaskPower and the SGI Auto Fund. The Panel reviews each application and provides an independent public report stating its opinion about the fairness and reasonableness of the rate change, while balancing the interests of the customer, the Crown corporation and the public.

The Saskatchewan Rate Review Panel has recommended that the commodity rate proposed by SaskEnergy be reduced from $2.65/GJ to $2.575/GJ. The Panel confirms the interim reduction from $3.95/GJ to $2.95/GJ that took effect November 1st, 2018.

Read the full report on the Panel’s website here: http://saskratereview.ca.

Creating a new website for PA Co-op Health Centre

Benchmark Public Relations was contracted earlier this year to create a website for the Prince Albert Co-operative Health Centre Community Clinic. We recently launched the new website: www.coophealth.com.

The organization’s old website was outdated and difficult for staff members to update. We began the process with an extensive consultation with the clinic’s staff members to determine what they were looking for in a new website. The clinic wanted us to effectively organize the content on their new website to avoid excess clutter, while making it easier for users to navigate.

We gave the site a modern look by creating it through WordPress and ensured that the clinic would have the ability to edit it themselves. After building the website, we ran a thorough training session with the clinic’s staff members and made sure they were comfortable with the software.

Below is a before-and-after shot of the website. If your organization is in need of a new website, contact us at info@benchmarkpr.ca. We will ensure that your new website captures the full value of the equity of your mission and your brand.

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Refresh your organization’s logo

Benchmark Public Relations can refresh your organization’s logo. Here are some logos we’ve revamped for some satisfied customers.

The logo is quite simply the visual centrepiece for your organization. It’s a visual element that can be a mark, flag, symbol or signature. Whether your logo is located on the front of your building, on a business card or as the profile picture of your various social media accounts, it’s the symbol of your business that people will identify with, even though the logo itself doesn’t include any description of your company.

CONTACT US TODAY if you’re looking to transform your logo.

Read more about how a logo plays into your company’s brand and identity

 

 

 

 

New Global Ventures focuses on technology sector, resources and services

Saskatchewan is emerging as a technology hub and the province’s exporting companies are making a tremendous impact. We focused on this sector in the Fall 2018 issue of Global Ventures. We publish the magazine on behalf of Saskatchewan Trade & Export Partnership (STEP).

The publication is an appropriate medium to relay timely messaging to the local business community and the network of international contacts that STEP has developed. Articles featured identify STEP members who are making a strong economic impact to the province while the publication offers provincial business leaders, stakeholders, provincial and international media as well as international contacts with timely information pertaining to Saskatchewan exports.

In this issue, we profiled:

NC Software Consulting: This company is shifting the way in which health care providers find replacements for available shifts. Their technology, the NC Smart Call platform, automatically identifies and communicates available shift details to eligible employees while satisfying complex operational and union requirements.

Canadian Western Agribition: Agribition is a show with a lot of meat on its bones. The show – scheduled for Nov. 19-24 – has a jam-packed slated including a display of beef cattle, features horses, bison, sheep and goats, an extensive agribusiness trade show, Indigenous culture, pro rodeo performances and other exciting entertainment offerings. There’s a new cabaret taking place after the last rodeo.

FailSafe House Lifting Systems: Much like people call a taxi or ride-sharing service when they need a lift, they call FailSafe House Lifting Systems when their house needs a lift. The company’s innovative ATLAS system allows contractors to easily lift a house up to 18 feet if the foundation underneath needs to be replaced or redeveloped.

OBASA Group of Companies: Gordon Doell brought his vision to the hospitality industry when he launched OBASA Hospitality, which offers customers a place to stay, the ability to tailor a stay to any individual or company, expert insurance and relocation services, software serving owners and operators of all accommodations, and a patent-pending loyalty program recognized globally.

The latest issue of Global Ventures is being distributed and can be viewed online at https://www.sasktrade.com/global_ventures/details/fall_edition_2018.html.

Benchmark Public Relations one of the largest locally-owned publisher of specialty publications in the province. For more information visit http://benchmarkpr.ca/publications/.