New Forest Business Partnership – Business Support and networking in the New Forest

NFBP provides business support in the New Forest, fuelling economic growth by advancing relations between local business and local government and building business-to-business relationships.

We bring businesses together across every business sector and area of the New Forest. Our activities  and events include regular networking and training and our prestigious annual Brilliance in Business Awards.

All events are open to members and non-members.  Please take a look at our events page and come along to find out how we make the New Forest a great place to do business!

LinkedIn Local – Wednesday 12 February 5-7pm @ St Barbe Museum Lymington

We have our own  group here in the New Forest!

Following on from our successful launch in April 2019, our next meeting is at St Barbe Museum and Art Gallery in Lymington. (more…)

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9th January 2020

by Natasha Davies

Leveraging TripAdvisor and other customer review sites Wednesday 05 February @ 07:30am – Balmer Lawn Hotel

The internet has changed the marketing landscape for ever. In many ways, your brand is no longer what you say it is: more often than not, it is what your customers say it is. Everyone is a potential online publisher, with the ability to reach their communities with all manner of information. Increasingly, your customers are influenced by what their peers say about a business, so review and recommendation sites like TripAdvisor play a huge part in how people judge your business. (more…)

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7th January 2020

by Natasha Davies

How to get social media marketing to work for you, Thursday 23 January @ 49, Lymington (07:30 & 10am)

How to get social media marketing to work for you

  • Are you frustrated by a lack of results from your social media marketing?
  • Do you wonder which platforms are best?
  • Are you scared of wasting a lot of money on ads that don’t work?

Well this workshop is really going to help you work it out… (more…)

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23rd December 2019

by Natasha Davies