new brand of Faro will be revealed in a session that can be followed online.

The new image and the new website of the municipality of Faro will be revealed tomorrow, Friday, at 11 am, in a […]

The new image and the new website of the municipality of Faro will be revealed tomorrow, Friday, at 11 am, in a very original session, which can be followed in real time by anyone, anywhere in the world, as long as they have an Internet connection.

The campaign «2012 Faro brand as a brand» has been on the streets for a few weeks, but only tomorrow will the renewed institutional image of Faro. With regard to the website, there will also be several innovations, namely in terms of the Portal do Munícipe, which will have new features.

Among them, the highlight is greater interactivity with the Farenses, who will be able, for example, to follow the progress of processes that they have submitted to the Chamber of Faro. «It will be a very dynamic portal, almost in permanent contact with the population», revealed the spokesperson for the municipality Natacha Alentejano.

Without wanting to spoil the surprise, the chief of staff of the mayor Macário Correia said that the site "will continue the policy launched by the president to respond to citizens on Facebook and by email."

More details, only at launch. And, even from a distance, anyone can answer questions live. The Faro local authority will accept questions during the launch of the brand, not only from journalists, but from the general population.

Those who want to ask questions during the session will have to register in advance, on the municipality's website www.cm-faro. Pt, where there are directions. Also media professionals who do not go to the Chamber of Faro they will have to make a prior registration, although in a different mold and location from the population. The questions "will be answered immediately and will also be visible to the general public".

The idea of ​​this image renewal, according to a statement from the local authority, is based on a simple principle: «We want to evolve in communication...», reads the note from the City Council. Faro.

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