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Wednesday 25 November 2009

Presentation At The Brazilian Embassy

The Brazilian Embassy in London promoted a seminar for small / medium sized businesses and entrepreneurs, organised by Romero Brito (Business Advisor of the Embassy). Speakers show cased new ideas and the latest news on matters such as marketing and advertising, fees, taxes and how to overcome the crisis affecting world financial markets with skill and creativity.

BrightCode were invited to talk about online marketing strategies and e-commerce solutions as part of the evening. Our presentation was conducted by Paula Wagner (the newest addition to the BrightCode team). It was very well received and as a result will be placed on the embassy website as a resource. Newly established links have meant that BrightCode is branching out and offering web design and creative marketing solutions from new offices based in Brazil.

This new found opportunity has also brought about a review of BrightCode's existing services which will, in the near future provide BrightCode with the skills to offer creative marketing strategies for small and medium sized businesses within the UK as well.

To view pictures of the evenings events visit:

Monday 16 November 2009

Extended Schools Website Launches

We are excited to announce the launch of our latest project - Ruislip For Everyone.

This brand new site is part of the government's Extended School initiative where schools in local communities form a collaborative to share news, information and events happening in the local community.

BrightCode teamed up with the Cavendish, Manor and West Ruislip Wards to produce their new website working alongside the Extended Schools collaborative co-ordinator; Penny Maas.

The website has received rave reviews from teachers who are part of the 13 school collaborative and we are extremely proud to have been part of the project. As always, we will continue to support the collaborative in the development of the site as it grows over the coming months.

The brief for the project was to create a website that was unique and appealing to young and older people alike. The friendly welcome page incorporates key landmarks of the local Ruislip area in the design and uses interactive information panels to provide details about them.

This new website further extends our successful portfolio of work and showcases the design options available to future and existing clients.

To visit the site click here to visit

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