Supporting our Commercial Broker magazine in 2020

Enhance your exposure before the NACFB’s broker Members 

 

 

 

Thank you to all those who engaged with any of the ten issues we published this year of the award-winning NACFB magazine, Commercial Broker.

By the close of 2019, we anticipate the print edition will have been read by well over 30,000 brokers, lenders and industry professionals, with just as many reading the digital version online.

May I extend a heartfelt thank you to all those who have supported our magazine in 2019, both in terms of editorial thought-leadership and more directly through advertising. I hope you will agree that both elements have led to a discernible raising of the bar this year and we will look to pushing this further still in 2020. I would encourage all our stakeholders to be part of this journey with us.

The magazine has hosted a range of insight from over 140 different lenders, brokers, trade bodies, law firms and other leading authorities in our industry.    

Commercial Broker offers unrivalled access to a captive market of the UK’s commercial finance broker market and I am calling upon you, as the UK’s most dynamic lenders, to join on this journey to guarantee our new look magazine’s success.

In the coming days, our in-house team will be approaching lenders and their marketing teams to ascertain interest in supporting the Commercial Broker and outline the range of packages available.

 

You can also enquire directly via the below contact details:

e: magazine@nacfb.org.uk

t: 020 3892 6019

 

I am asking you – as valued Patrons – to support the magazine not just in the form of advertising, but also by sharing with us your expert insight, detailed knowledge and industry experience in the form of thought-leadership and feature articles.

NACFB Patrons will receive a reduced advertising rate and we have inbuilt flexibility into the rate card for longer-term contracts.

All thought leadership pieces from NACFB Patrons will remain at no cost, although more overtly advertorial and self-promoting pieces will incur a fee as outlined in the rate card.

As a not-for-profit trade body, the magazine is not designed to be an income generator for the Association, we want to elevate the magazine and secure its position as a platform for the best industry insight from lenders and brokers alike.

We look forward to your engagement with our refreshed magazine.

Graham Toy