life at enpresiv …

Hahndorf to Moscow…

Posted in Press + Media by enpresiv on March 20, 2009

From a strawberry farm in Hahndorf, Australia to Moscow, Russia.

Things like this remind you how small our world actually is, as global advertising agency Lowe today posted information on the Beerenberg Farm “Provenance Pathway” through its Russian arm’s blog “Lowe Moscow”.


Springwise showcase Beerenberg Farm’s “Provenance Pathway”!

Posted in Press + Media by enpresiv on March 19, 2009

We were totally stoked to see Springwise feature Beerenberg Farm’s new “Provenance pathway” functionality as the lead feature on its website homepage today.

Springwise is one of the world’s leading business entrepreneurial information sources, with its eNewsletter reaching over 100,000 business professionals in more than 120 countries.

Beerenberg Website: Consumer Feedback

Posted in Press + Media by enpresiv on March 11, 2009

More excellent consumer feedback regarding the new Beerenberg Farm website.

Consumers love the ability to to be able to trace products!

Australian Food News Article on Provenance Pathway

Posted in Press + Media by enpresiv on March 8, 2009

High Praise for new Beerenberg Website…

Posted in Press + Media by enpresiv on March 7, 2009

High praise for new Beerenberg websites open transparency and social media approach.

BMF blog “BMF Sticky” gives our new Beerenberg website a pat on the back – thanks guys!

Food Week Online Article

Posted in Press + Media by enpresiv on March 5, 2009

Enpresiv receive more press for the Beerenberg Farm Provenance Pathway …

Posted in Press + Media by enpresiv on March 4, 2009

Article from InBusiness magazine.

Enpresiv in the press …

Posted in Press + Media by enpresiv on March 3, 2009

Article in Food Magazine ( regarding the Beerenberg “Provenance Pathway” website functionality.

New Beerenberg Farm website with Provenance Pathway

Posted in Websites by enpresiv on March 2, 2009

We are really excited to announce the launch of the new Beerenberg Farm website.
Beerenberg are a long term client and we love working with them – great people with great products.

It’s been exciting and very rewarding for us to be able to build their online brand presence, and we’ve appreciated the faith they’ve shown in us in guiding their brand through what has been a detailed design and development process.

The new site has many cool features including social media integration (Blog, Facebook, Flickr & YouTube) and in particular, the Provenance Pathway functionality, which among many things, includes Google Earth videos.

The Provenance Pathway allows Beerenberg consumers the ability to trace the origins of their purchased product – from “soil to shelf”;

  • when was the product made?
  • who was the cook?
  • where do the main ingredients come from?

It allows Beerenberg to fully highlight the natural farm grown goodness of their products in a totally transparent way.

Keen to have a look into the Provenance Pathway?

Here’s “product”, “barcode” and “best before date” information that will allow you to view how it all works – you can access it directly from the website homepage;

  • Product: Apricot Jam 300g
  • Barcode: 600007
  • Best before date: 14 Jan 2011

Let us know what you think!

People ask more questions now before they make decisions about what they will buy. They want to know where it comes from, what’s in it, who’s involved in making it and how it was produced … We pride ourselves on the naturalness, authentic flavour and texture of all our products and the move to enable our customers to find out exactly what’s in the jar takes our commitment to authenticity that one step further.
Anthony Paech (CEO, Beerenberg Farm)

Beerenberg Farm “Provenance Pathway” Press Release.

Posted in Press + Media by enpresiv on March 2, 2009