The bira member magazine is created with our members in mind and is exclusively available both as hard copies and online to our members.
Our membership magazine demonstrates real membership value and is a means for sourcing advice, support, savings and services. It signposts members towards exciting events and exhibitions, and new products and suppliers. And it ensures our members are well-informed on the latest matters of legislation and compliance affecting their business.
Partners in style
Innovation has always been at the heart of Draper Tools
The latest generation of Draper Storm Force cordless tools offers 20 volts of power and 2.0Ah or 4.0Ah lithium batteries at a competitive price; all the tools in this range really are fantastic value for money.
Online shopping and the future
Has the pace of change in shopping habits ever been faster? We doubt it. To find out more about what’s next, bira attended Tech, a recent retail technology event.
Cookware that makes an impact
Consumers want their pans to enhance the look of their kitchen, and nothing beats the look of copper.
This season is all about sustainability
Eating seasonally, making the most of the food we buy, reducing food waste and plastic packaging is a subject many of us increasingly care about. This is why the focus of bira direct supplier Le Creuset’s Autumn/Winter 2018 campaign is ‘Food Unearthed’.
Reboot for Suffolk fashion shop
After trading as Déjà Vu Boutique for six years on the outskirts of Ipswich, Suffolk, owner Mandy Errington has reinvented her fashion enterprise
CEO Andrew Goodacre is impressed by bira's innovative high achievers
It is always great to celebrate success and recognise some of the best achievements in our business.
Most Liked Articles
CEO Alan Hawkins wants you to calculate the real cost of discounting
As we approach Black Friday, CEO Alan Hawkins wants you to keep hold.
Discounts cost you more than you think – and won’t win you loyal customers
As tough trading and the imminent festival of price-cutting that is Black Friday approaches, bira members are being urged to think carefully about the real consequences of embarking on the discounting route.
“Turnover is vanity. Profit is sanity”