Bromley Creative Community relaunches website

BCC members enjoy informal networking at Thirsty Thursday pub club event

BCC members enjoy informal networking at Thirsty Thursday pub club event

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After months of expert twiddling and tweaking, Bromley Creative Community (BCC) has relaunched with a new-look website. The new website replaces the BCC’s previous design that was live for the last three years.

The new design is aimed at creating an accessible magazine style directory of Bromley-based creatives and serves as a free central resource for anyone interested in professional creative services in the London Borough of Bromley.

Developed by Comms Plus, Com2March and WordPress expert Carol Andrews, the website contains a creative services directory, member success stories and local creative industry news and events.

“An important change is that we've combined all membership levels into one so everyone enjoys the same benefits,” says Jackie Barrie of Comms Plus. “In line with similar platforms, we've now made membership free. In fact, for members who paid for BCC membership during 2012/13, we are refunding all their money!”

Malcolm Woodfield, Creative Director at Com2March, says: "We hope the new site continues to benefit clients as they can access Bromley's talented creatives all in one place.”

Prospective members should visit for full information, member success stories, and to join BCC.

Businesses looking to source graphic design, web design, copywriting, illustration, PR, photography, videography and other creative services in the Borough should search > Find a creative.

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