nabma update 5th Feb
LOVE YOUR LOCAL MARKET
Last week at the Birmingham Conference Nabma was presented with a cheque for £25,000 from government to help fund this year’s LYLM.
At the same time we announced sponsorship of this year’s LYLM from Radfords who have been a Nabma supporter for a number of years. The combined resources of government and Radfords will enable to deliver a much bigger and better campaign.
Already almost sixty markets have committed to joining LYLM and over half of the number are new markets to the campaign. Details of the Roadshows are already available and we hope there will be a good turnout at all the venues.
We want to build on the success of last year’s LYLM so we are already making resources available to help with lessons learnt and good practice from other markets around the country.
If you were at Birmingham last week you will have received a memory stick which contains the detailed evaluation of LYLM 2012. That gives you lots of information and ideas from last year’s campaign. Further copies will be available at all the Roadshows or can be obtained from the Nabma office. We have commissioned a good practice guide and a media toolkit and these will be available in March to help you deliver a successful LYLM.
Ellie Gill, our LYLM Manager, is working hard to support you in your local campaign. Remember our target this year is 500 markets and 3000 traders.
We are also in advanced discussions with one of the country’s leading banks about how they can provide business support to new traders and we hope to provide more information about this project shortly.
It is all very exciting. Make sure you get involved as there is really no reason why you should support LYLM 2013.
Graham Wilson OBE
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