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Sirius International plan for the worst

Sirius International put in place plans for a disaster recovery scenario using a new website to communicate with internal personal in the eventuality that a worse case scenario evolves.

The African Liberal Network

The Africa Liberal Network who’s aims are to promote liberal democratic objectives and principles throughout the African continent have commissioned HBR to provide a revised web presence.

Sittingbourne & Sheppey Labour Party

The Sittingbourne & Sheppey Labour Party have recently launched a brand new web presence. The website will enable easier communication with the media, party members and the public to help promote current issues and campaigns.

Labour MP scoops internet prize

Politicians should use the internet to fight cynicism among voters, said Labour MP Derek Wyatt as he scooped an award for his website. Mr Wyatt won the elected representative section at the New Statesman magazine's new media awards.

Elected Representative Award

Derek Wyatt is an experienced hand at using the web and has consistently absorbed new technologies into his site as means to communicate with his constituents.  

The Faversham Website

The revised web presence for the Faversham Website was officially launched on July 24th 2006.

Brittain & Hobbs

Brittain & Hobbs commission a joint venture between Terry Trott Photography and HBR to provide a revised web site.

Kent Plasmas

Kent Plasmas a leading supplier and installer of large screen displays in Pubs, Clubs, Bars and Hotels, has recently launched a brand new website.

The Faversham Website

The Faversham Website in conjunction with the Faversham Enterprise Partnership have commissioned HBR to provide a complete redeisgn and Content Managed Solution for their already hugely popular web presence.

HBR CMS v5.0 codename Bluebird

HBR are to ship version 5 of our award winning Content Management System early in Q2. The HBR CMS v5.0 codenamed 'Bluebird' has been redeveloped from the ground up in ASP.NET 2.0 using many of the new improved features and functionality that this allows. This also overcomes many of the shortcomings involved in ASP.NET 1.1 especially with regards to XHMTL 1.1 compliance.