At Interphase we truly believe that as a businesses we cannot limit ourselves to just thinking about profits. We believe that every businesses should contribute to their community in whichever way they are able.
There are many organisations around who are doing exceptional work but are not able to promote and advertise themselves to reach those who may need them. We, therefore, feel we can lend a helping hand. Below you can find out about our latest projects supporting our local community.
Interphase Design along with BlueCoo Creative launched our very own project OneDee – an online 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 notice many Dundee businesses suddenly have to close their doors to customers. However, within weeks, shops, butchers and restaurants were finding ways to still provide their products via delivery, but many have little to no online presence to promote these services and are left undeservingly unseen.
We wanted to help those businesses who found themselves in such position due to COVID-19. We wish we could create a website and social media presence for all these businesses, but unfortunately we are not exempt from the consequences of the lockdown, so that is how we decided to make a one-website solution for local companies to list their offerings.
We are also strong advocates of supporting local businesses, so we hope that the website will encourage people to shop local and support our small Dundee businesses through a difficult period.
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.