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E-enable aiming to help advisers create websites

A former IFA is setting up a company this week aimed at building and maintaining personalised websites for IFAs.

E-enable will help IFAs get the most out of the internet. It will design, create and maintain websites for IFAs who currently have no presence on the net.

The company will target regional and local IFAs which do not have the backing of a national firm or network to help establish themselves on the internet. But E-enable says it will not turn away the bigger players in the market.

The company says it will sit down with IFAs and des-ign a site that reflects their company.

E-enable is being launched by Mark Wilkins, who in his 20 years in financial services has worked as a broker, IFA and pension specialist.

Wilkins says: “Having been an IFA, I sat down and asked what I would want as a starting point. We will help IFAs reinforce their brand and create a site on the net that reflects their practice.”


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