1. Company logo: The prominent placement of the logo ensures your brand remains top of mind.
2. Contact information: Your most important contact details appear at the top, and two eye-catching buttons lead buyers to your website or directly to you via a contact form.
3. Short description: This is where you provide a short and persuasive summary of what your customers should know about your company.
4. Certificates: Here is where you show buyers that you comply with standards in quality, data security, occupational and transport safety, energy management, environmental and compliance matters, such as ISO 9001 or ISO 50001.
5. Delivery: Regional, national, international – your buyers instantly see where your products are available in the world.
6. Number of employees: Corporate group or mid tier? An important information for many buyers.
7. Company offering: Normally, a buyer is led to your profile via a keyword search. Here is where they receive a comprehensive overview of your company – and can discover additional interesting areas of business.
8. Products: Here is where you present your bestselling products and your portfolio in an attention-grabbing way.
9. Location: A map shows where your company’s headquarters is located – which is especially interesting for regional customers.
10. Company information: The tab “About us” offers plenty of space for additional information using text, pictures or an image video.