Empowering Heroes.

Leading signage manufacturer Hardy Signs becomes a proud partner of Two Chevrons and supports the Armed Forces Business Centre (AFBC) with brand new signage for its new headquarters in Colchester. This collaboration is a testament to Hardy Signs’ unwavering commitment to honouring the brave men and women who have dedicated their lives to serving their country. 

The AFBC will serve as a hub for veterans transitioning into civilian life, offering guidance, resources and opportunities to thrive in the business world. Hardy Signs hopes to support veterans as they navigate the challenges of post-military careers. 

Two Chevrons stands as a beacon of hope and support for veterans and their families, offering services to improve their well-being and quality of life. Hardy Signs extends its reach into the veteran community by partnering with Two Chevrons. Together, they aim to make a meaningful difference in the lives of those who have served with honour and courage. 

Nik Hardy, MD and Founder of Hardy Signs said, “We are proud to support Two Chevrons and the AFBC by supplying signage for their grand opening on March 1st. We look forward to watching the centre grow and to meeting the veterans that the centre will support.”

At Hardy Signs, the partnership with the AFBC and Two Chevrons reflects a more significant commitment to fostering a culture of support and inclusion. By championing diversity, equality and inclusion in the workplace and beyond. Hardy Signs creates an environment where everyone feels valued, respected and empowered to succeed. We invite others to join us in honouring and empowering veterans. Whether through mentorship, employment opportunities or philanthropic initiatives, there are countless ways to make a difference in the lives of those who have served. Let us stand in solidarity with our heroes and ensure their legacy lives on for generations.