The NRG Team has launched an exciting new www.nrgteam.com.au website.
It was challenging and a lot of hard work, but thanks to the recent lock down and dedication from NRG staff, the website was completely revised with a fresh and easy-to-navigate look.
The new mobile and tablet friendly website showcases The NRG Team’s natural range of quality, Australian made feeding and grooming products, made locally with a band of dedicated staff.
Mr NRG, Boyce Deverell, said he had to be re-educated on the fast-moving technology used today:
“I looked for advice from our customers and discovered they really wanted a quick, easy to access website. New customers wanted simple but informative guidelines and tips on product performance and use.
“Being a practical family owned and operated business, many of our clan were keen to offer assistance, working together to create a friendly, informative and easy to use website.
“We wanted our website to represent who we are and where we come from, highlighting why we stand behind our company; we are proud of our products.
“The recent lockdown was the perfect opportunity to completely revise how we communicate with our dedicated customers. We accomplished the task of making the most out of the situation. I think our customers are going to love the bright, colourful new look.”
Those involved in the preparation of the new website include:
- Nigel Clark – Next Century IT Support Specialist / Website Services
- David Schembri – David Schembri Studios
- Our dependable Ambassadors – Liz Keating, Chanele Hunter-Cooke & James Harvey
- Photography – Felicity Clay Photography; Erin Rouget
- Tim Palmer – Website content
- Our loyal retail customers for their continuous support and constructive suggestions throughout this project
Australian owned and family operated, The NRG Team has been manufacturing quality equine products since 1973. Based in Victoria’s picturesque Yarra Valley, they have developed a broad range of feeding, grooming and first aid products for horses and many other farm animals. NRG products can be found on retail shelves throughout Australia and exported to New Zealand, New Caledonia, Thailand, and China.