Lancashire Business View offers free promotional tools for tourism and hospitality businesses

19 April 2021
Kath Bell

To celebrate the reopening of the county’s tourism and hospitality sector, Lancashire Business View is offering free membership to its Hub service, giving businesses access to powerful marketing tools at no cost.

Prior to the pandemic, the sector supported more than 4,000 businesses and generated more than £4bn of economic activity within the county each year, but the Covid-19-enforced lockdowns have seen many organisations stopped in their tracks.

Now Lancashire Business View is welcoming back venues including hotels, bars and restaurants as well as their key suppliers as well as other tourism and hospitality related services with this exclusive promotional offer.

The Hub enables members to publish their own good news stories, special offers and diary dates, which are then featured on Lancashire Business View’s popular website and distributed to more than 10,000 social media followers.

The best posts are also featured on the magazine’s weekly email bulletin, which has 10,000 subscribers, and can be featured in the print magazine which is distributed throughout the red rose county.

The first month is free to all organisations operating in the leisure, tourism and hospitality sectors, giving them a powerful, free marketing tool as they begin to reopen.

Kath Bell, LBV Hub manager, said: “It’s been a difficult year for businesses in most sectors but none have been harder hit than our hospitality sector. This is an industry which is vital to the Lancashire economy and so it’s in everybody’s best interest to get it back up and running as soon as we safely can.

“The Lancashire Business View Hub is the perfect way for organisations to tell their own stories in their own words and we are delighted to be able to offer up the platform to showcase some of the best tourism and hospitality stories to our tens of thousands of readers.”

Interested businesses can apply for their free month here:

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