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NFB inSite magazine

Thursday, April 9, 201500, by Century One

We are delighted to announce that we are now working alongside the National Federation of Builders (NFB), a long-standing professional trade body representing builders, contractors and house builders across England and Wales.

The NFB’s membership magazine, inSite, is a key component in keeping members up to date on news and information in the construction trade. Local Authorities across the UK, and strategic partners such as Government Committees also receive the magazine.

Below are some exclusive previews of the fresh new look for the NFB’s inSite magazine currently being developed by our design team, with the first issue to be published this summer. The magazine will feature a distinctive design, with an improved structure to enhance reader engagement, and support the NFB’s position as an influential voice for construction.

NFB, redesign

Our advertising sales team has begun working with the NFB on the upcoming issues, and has implemented a strategic plan to maintain relationships with existing advertisers and build new relationships with advertisers in the industry, further strengthening the services and resources available to members and helping to promote the building profession.

“inSite magazine is an excellent title with strong editorial direction, we are looking forward to working with the NFB to bring a fresh design and innovative advertising to support the vital role the Federation plays in the industry” said Ollie Kirkman, Head of Product Development, Century One Publishing.

Naomi Walker, Marketing Manager for the NFB, said: “inSite magazine is highly valued by our members and remains a key component of NFB communications. Century One Publishing provides fresh ideas coupled with the skills and commitment that will heighten its success”.

inSite features

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