Increased client and media interest in all aspects of private islands has resulted in the creation of detailed new information resources on Private Islands Online.
Toronto, Ontario, Monday October 1st, 2007- In response to client demand, Private Islands Inc. will now be offering widely expanded information resources on company catalogue website www.privateislandsonline.com. “Private islands are so wrapped in allure that there is little need to illustrate why they’re desirable properties,” says company CEO Chris Krolow. “I’ve discovered that clients are really searching for information on how the private island dream can be turned into their reality. Taking this need into account, we’ve developed several new components of our company’s main website designed to achieve this goal.”
Adding to the substantial coverage of foreign investment and regional issues the company already provides, the new sections, Private Island Living, Resources and Articles, offer a wide range of advice and information for the island enthusiast. “We have dedicated staff writers who will uncover a new aspect of the island industry each month in our Articles section”, Krolow says. “This could be anything from hot new regions for investment and travel, to up-and-coming development projects or issues facing island owners”. Another section, Island Resources, is the sole database available with information on companies that have experience with some component of private islands. “We receive many requests for off-the-beaten path development firms, maritime lawyers, and companies with products of use to island owners,” Krolow says. “We’re also inviting submissions by qualified individuals offering a product or service of benefit to our industry.”
Island Living is the most involved of the new sections, designed to fill a unique niche in the private island industry. With a focus on “eco-friendly” products and services, frequently updated reviews of diverse subjects such as modular homes, water filtration and “green” power sources are intended to shine a spotlight on the practical aspects of island life. “Eco-friendly isn’t just a buzzword for island owners”, Krolow explains. “It’s a necessity. Many “green” products are tailor-made for individual use in remote locations, making island owners strong early adopters of these environmentally-conscious products.” The combination of these three new resources fills a substantial void in his industry, Krolow says. “It’s such a niche form of real estate that very little information is available to help guide people through the process, and we look forward to feedback from our clients to continue to grow our value as a trusted resource.”