Daltix has a new look
and a new website!

28 April 2022

Daltix is reinventing itself to support its scale-up phase and aid its expansion in Europe.

A new journey calls for a new look.

Daltix was founded in 2016 and can celebrate its 6th anniversary this year.  2022 is the year when the preparation work for its scale-up phase will bear fruit.  The team has expanded, adding both experienced specialists in operations, sales and marketing in Belgium and Germany, as well as skilled data engineers in its offices in Portugal.  A new mission has been established.  There are concrete plans to expand beyond BeNeLux, specifically into Germany and rest of Europe.

Our mission: Daltix is the authority in providing the most accessible and curated data on every mass consumer retail product.

With this in mind, the team has worked on a fresh and modern look, which will better reflect the company’s new direction.  The new logo still pays homage to “Biko”, the internal name given to the hummingbird, but gives him a sleek and colourful update.  The tagline has been aligned to the new mission.

With the new look comes a new website.  The website features clearer insight to what a customer can expect from Daltix.  It also has a more robust section where resources, such as blog posts, webinars and tutorials, can be downloaded, viewed or shared.  For the first time, the website will also feature several languages in order to appeal to its new audience as part of the company’s expansion plans.

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