CDi rebrands to help support the wider industry
In order to widen their support to the whole of the creative and digital industries, BPIF special interest group CDi Yorkshire has developed its services and rebranded to CDi (Creative Digital Industries).
While CDi Yorkshire is well known for encouraging collaboration and bringing those within the industry together through events like the Visual Media Conference, the decision to rebrand to CDi reflects the far wider support the group is now offering - to the national industry.
Alongside working to bring the industry together, CDi will now be able to provide core business services to help those within the industry succeed. Companies who choose to take up CDi membership can now approach them for expert help with HR issues, health and safety advice; along with legal, training, marketing, business improvement assistance and more.
CDi membership, which is based on a two tiered system, will allow companies to take advantage of a host of expert services all under one roof, which can save them time, money and effort.
CDi President, Robert McClements explains, "Having become established as the ‘go to' network this important development marks the next step in supporting the sector. The sector continues to grow and it is clear that the support services on offer will address some of the challenges that success brings."
CDi Manager Meeka Walywn-Lewis added, "Many companies simply do not have the time or resources to deal with the day to day issues such as HR. And we want to provide companies of all shapes and sizes with access to the professional business support they need.
"From providing apprenticeship training to advising on commercial law, we have the experts to deliver the professional assistance you need - along with a wealth of online support documents to help you complete the process yourself. We are here to help you achieve more!"