IDC is a vibrant social enterprise from East Sussex providing you with high-quality printing solutions.
Established to support severely disabled adults, our printing enterprise provides them with a way of playing an active part within the community, developing skills and combating isolation. We operate to provide a service to those adults who are unable to access traditional employment, but who still wish to take part in work at a level and pace suitable to them.
We use a variety of printing processes and dual-head embroidery machines. All work is done on-site and our office is split between the design area and the production area. Products are mainly sold to local customers including individuals, businesses, clubs and societies, but are also available for national distribution.
In 1995 our founder Graham Barber was the first person in the UK to establish a workplace especially for severely disabled adults to participate in. A true “Social Enterprise” before the term was as widely understood as it is today.
Over 60% of the IDC team is made up of people who have complex disabilities.
Some of those people have been working with us for over 25 years!
With the support of our customers, business sponsors and donors we have been trading for 28 years! Supplying our customers with top-quality products and our disabled colleagues with meaningful activity