Social Enterprise Support Centre – New Site!

Published: 17th Sep 2009 in Ethical Web Design

The Social Enterprise Support Centre provides support and consultancy to the social enterprise sector and are one of our longest-standing clients. We’ve worked alongside them as they’ve grown and developed over the years, providing web design, newsletter services, green hosting, support and training.

Now SESC have moved forward into another new era, we’re happy to show their newly launched, bigger, better website.

Social Enterprise Support Centre

This new site provides more ways for social enterprises and community businesses to get useful information and advice and allows them to give their feedback too. New features include polls, the info hub, the SESC blog and a free members’ area.

SESC have also recently opened a second office in Bradford so I’m sure they have many more plans for the future and we’re looking forward to being involved!

Check out their website at www.sesc.org.uk

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