CelergenSwiss.com, the official International online outlet for Celergen is now available in 11 local languages.
Online PR News – 26-June-2013 – Munich – CelergenSwiss.com, the official International online outlet for Celergen is now available in 11 local languages. Besides the addition of local languages, the website now features a live chat support to cater to customer inquiries as well as a call back number.
About a month ago, Celergen Swiss launched its social media portal on Facebook, http://www.facebook.com/celergenswitzerland which continued to see growing fan base, currently reaching 3,798 fans over the short period the page has been live. The website now also features a community area where site visitors and customers could read articles, news and updates related to cell therapy as well as other health tips.
Recent articles published by the site include those that explore cell therapy in detail, dating back to 1931, which was a milestone in terms of the birth of modern day cell therapy. The Celergen community area is split into 3 main sections: Community, News and Updates and Tips; and offers means for visitors to collaborate on the various topics posted. The community area is currently available only in English. The website itself is however available in 11 languages pertaining to: German, English, French, Italian, Korean, Chinese, Norwegian, Russian, Arabic, Spanish and Swedish.
Celergen Cell Therapy Supplement is cell therapy in soft gel capsule form. The health supplement is manufactured in Switzerland by way of cold extraction technology to preserve the active cells from deep see marine creatures, BioDNA Marine Complex.
Celergen Cell Therapy Supplement offers an alternative to the injectable form of cell therapy and its online outlet, CelergenSwiss.com offers worldwide access to Celergen supplements. Online orders could be placed using PayPal or WorldPay with no extra delivery cost.
The website is operated by Celergen International Limited, which runs 2 offices: a Europe head office in Munich and its Asia office in Hong Kong.