Stylish design details adorn the Mustaschkampen's new website

Rebel and Bird are proud to have created the new Mustaschkampen's site built in Webflow and will help them increase donations in favour of prostate cancer.

Have you noticed the little mustache that moves when you hover over it? Mustaschkampen's new site is elegant, stylish and simple. The site will increase donations to fight prostate cancer and has been given a Swish App2App integration which makes it easy to quickly swish in a grant.

– We are incredibly pleased with the new campaign site for Mustaschkampen. The stylish design, combined with smart features is brilliant. The collaboration with Rebel and Bird works superbly. As the campaign starts, we are ready to increase public engagement and hopefully raise a record amount for the Prostate Cancer Foundation, says Maria Ahlvik, communicator for Mustaschkampen.

For organizations that are not heavily dependent on integrations with other systems for their websites and want a simple CMS for the editors, Webflow is unbeatable. It is very fast to build a site in Webflow and the editors make it very easy to update the site according to their wishes. It's easy to make those little extra nice details too.

– Getting to work with Mustaschkampen, which works to fight Sweden's most common cancer, feels both responsible and fun. We enjoy working for a better future, which in the long term can save both lives and entire families, ”says Erik Westerdahl, Growth Lead at Rebel and Bird.

Mustaschkampen's annual campaign is underway for the benefit of prostate cancer and male health. The prostate cancer association together with its 27 patient associations, 9 main partners and about 500 companies and organizations are behind the campaign. The purpose is to raise money for research and development, opinion formation for better prostate cancer care and to get men to care more about their lifestyle and health.

So what are you waiting for? Take a look at Mustaschkampen's new site and take the opportunity to help fight prostate cancer!