The Condessa Café Announce Informative Website Launch

Brazil – 03-14-2019 — The Condessa Café, the well-regarded café in Brazil have today launched an exciting new website that will offer expert advice on coffee. The website will be a hub of content for coffee lovers with a key focus on its natural stimulant properties and its benefits in today’s multitasking society. The website is an extension of the Condessa Café brand and the idea behind the new site is the importance of coffee culture and its place today where more and more people are working and studying.

Not only will the site offer its users informative coffee information, but it will also have several tips and tricks and other categories onsite, see here. These include Technology, Cooking, and Entrepreneurship. Adding the extra categories was a natural progression and means that visitors are offered a wider range of helpful advice.

“We are thrilled to debut our new website to our customers, media, and visitors who are looking to gain knowledge in a variety of areas, with coffee being our number one topic. We’re excited about the future,” said Head of Content for Condessa, Lucas Freitas. 

The website features a streamlined and simple design with user experience at the forefront of this. The enriched content areas will be updated regularly and visitors can look forward to well-informed, helpful content over the coming months. 

Visitors can explore the new website and directly contact The Condessa Café on the web page


Mail: [email protected]

Media Contacts:

Company Name: condessacafe
Full Name: Paulo Teixeira
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