Here at BlueCoo Creative we believe that businesses need to have a purpose more than simply making profits. We believe that every businesses should support the community in which they operate as much as they can and support other organisations who may benefit from their help.
There are so many wonderful organisations out there who do fantastic work but don’t have the facility to promote and advertise this and this is where we feel we can lend a helping hand. Read about our latest projects supporting our local community and charitable sector.
BlueCoo Creative along with Interphase Design are proud to launch our very own project OneDee – a directory for businesses affected by CoVid-19 to advertise their delivery services to local people for free.
As the CoVid-19 lockdown was imposed, we began to see local businesses that we know and love, suddenly have to close their doors to customers. Within weeks, they were creating solutions on how to still provide their products via delivery but many have little to no online presence to promote such offerings.
As a small businesses ourselves, we knew that we wanted to help those who were adversely affected by CoVid-19. In an ideal world we would create a website for every business out there, but unfortunately we are not exempt from the knock on effects of the lockdown so we decided to make a central point for local businesses to list their offerings.
We have worked with the Minga Foundation for around 3 years, helping with their online presence including developing their website, making promotional materials and carrying out SEO activities.
We believe it is important to give young girls the opportunity to become more physically active, help them develop the confidence to play football at school and in community settings, make the game more inclusive, and help them socialize.
That’s why we’re proud to sponsor and support Jeanfield Swifts Girls, the largest in the East Region football community club, offering girls football at every age group; 9s to Ladies and elite player pathway for St Johnstone WFC.