With so much of our communication online, it's a nice change to curl up with a cup of coffee and a glossy high quality inspirational magazine, that's exactly what's offered to BFA & IoPF members with our fantastic quarterly BFA Florist Magazine.
We offer many regular Newsletters and Eshots delivered straight to your in box CLICK HERE & SIGN UP if you're not on our mailing list, But we understand that many people prefer to read a printed magazine and so, as well as our regular updates sent to your registered email address, we also send, by post, a copy of BFA Florist to your door.
BFA Florist contains articles and an editorial section written by the our editor Katie Bennett, regular features by Hannah Dunne and most recently our caretaker editor Nina Tucknott. Our team at the BFA also give lots of input in each issue. The magazine is published by Euromedia Associates Ltd, all revenue from advertising from the magazine goes directly to them.
If you are a BFA member and would like us feature and article or news item in the magazine, please, in the first instance, send an email to email@example.com we can’t promise to feature everything we receive but we are keen to publish relevant material received from our members. Let's chat first, but any photographic contributions should be sent as high resolution JPEG files, saved at maximum (100%) quality, with good composition and exposure.
If you would like to advertise in BFA Florist, please contact Tracy Tomlinson, our Association Manager who will arrange for the correct person at Euromedia Associates to contact you and for your discounts to BFA Corporate and Associate members to be applied as appropriate. Whilst rates for advertising in the magazine are very competitive, it's worth noting we are able to offer a range of advertising opportunities directly from the BFA to our large florist network. Please conatct Tracy for full details on firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 024 75 090326 and select option 1.
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