Pensions - Articles - A fresh new look for is the first port of call for anyone who wants to find out more about NEST.

 Today, we've released a fresh new look for the public section of our site. This is the first key example of NEST's plain speaking approach in action.

 Key points about the new look:

  •   We've developed content to engage with people who are largely new to pension saving, with messages tailored to different audiences. The refreshed content of the website provides the core information about NEST and its features for the general public and our future members.
  •   We've now got dedicated sections for employers, members and advisers which are accessible and easy to understand. For the first time you can download copies of our member welcome pack and information for employers.
  •   Our website is not the final destination and will continue to evolve over time.

 Further developments:

  •   We will be adding new functionality during this year and in 2012.
  •   NEST's transactional website will be made available to employers that choose NEST and their workers. We will be able to demonstrate the functionality of the transactional side of the site later this year.

 Please click here to view the website:

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