PrimeXM launches new website in Chinese

The Chinese website has been optimised for both desktop and mobile navigation, making it effortless for Chinese visitors to keep up-to-date with our news. Visitors will find information on events, webinars, seminars and other PrimeXM news

PrimeXM is delighted to announce the launch of our new website for Chinese visitors. The new website has been designed to offer an intuitive access to all of PrimeXM’s offering, while it has been designed to specifically meet the needs of the growing numbers of our Chinese visitors.

PrimeXM’s hosting and technology solutions can significantly benefit visitors who are interested in either starting a business in China, or have an already established presence and are looking to expand.

With a data center in Equinix SH5, the company is also able to improve connectivity for all of its clients and the new Chinese website has been purposefully designed to allow those visitors to navigate through solutions seamlessly.

“We are very excited for the release of the new Chinese website as we believe that it will significantly enhance the online experience of all our Chinese visitors. We have ensured to include features that make navigating through the website more coherent and we are confident that our Chinese visitors will find that the website is tailored to their preferences.” Cristian Vlasceanu, PrimeXM CEO.

The Chinese website has been optimised for both desktop and mobile navigation, making it effortless for Chinese visitors to keep up-to-date with our news. Visitors will find information on events, webinars, seminars and other PrimeXM news.

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