Volunteer-run communications consultancy Bright One has re-launched to offer an all-new and comprehensive suite of communications programmes to the third sector.
Charities can benefit from ‘Bright Works’ Service Bursaries, which will offer them an agreed package of communications support at no cost. Bright One is initially offering up to four Service Bursaries, which will be awarded through an application process opening on 1st June 2014.
Chief Executive Officer, Andi Davids, said: “In this digitised media landscape, we realised that Bright One required more investment in developing its structure, strategy and talent. With a lot of hard work from our fantastic team, we are now confident of bringing added value and in turn addressing the most basic to more complex communications needs in the Third Sector.”
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