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National Federation of Builders Launches New Magazine

National Federation of Builders

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The National Federation of Builders launches its brand new magazine full of industry news, business updates and projects delivered by members and the industry. Issue 1 of Britbuild is in production and will be sent to NFB members later this week

The new look and improved magazine has a fresh layout and brand, it also contains a regional review inserted into the middle for each region and contains interviews and opinions from local members. Issue 1 has a cover story on CITB and features on COVID-19 and how the NBF supports members during the pandemic.  The flagship communication for the NFB not only goes to NFB members and contacts but also is sent to thousands of architects and clients both public and private.

Richard Beresford commented ‘NFB has recently made a number of improvements with new advice services accessed through one number to the launch of our new magazine - Britbuild.  NFB provides clear guidance that is easily accessible, contextualised and structured for all sizes of construction businesses and Britbuild is great addition to our mix of communications to keep members informed’. 

Britbuild will be sent to members in hard copy and members can also download a digital copy from the member area of the NFB website.


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