Make the most of your bira website
bira.co.uk is your gateway to hundreds of resources to support the running of your business. In just a few clicks you can save time and money, as well source solutions to lots of common retail problems affecting independent retailers.
Have you signed up for bira direct’s Invoice Manager yet? It’s available to all bira members and provides an easy-to-use tool for accessing your business invoices. As we process your invoices the system automatically updates, so there is no need to wait for them to arrive in the post. You can view, download and print your supplier invoices at any time. And, being integrated into the member’s area means there are no additional logins needed. There is a short application form available at bira.co.uk/invoice-manager-signup to start using it.
bira’s Knowledge Hub houses a wealth of resources from GDPR tutorial videos to articles, research, factsheets, legal documents and opinion pieces. There are informative blogs that can offer advice on HR issues and even topics like visual merchandising. Take a look at bira.co.uk/resources/
Did you know you can also read this magazine online? We’ve made it really user-friendly to allow you to read this publication at the time and in the way you prefer. Whether you want to see the full magazine as a page-turner or if you prefer just picking the features and stories that are relevant to you, it is all available at bira.co.uk/bira-member-magazine/
Behind the member log-in
Logging into the members’ area of the website allows you to explore everything bira has on offer for you. Here you will find detailed information about the services you have access to and how to sign up to them. You will find the cost savings available with hundreds of suppliers via bira direct. You can also update your contact details there to make sure we are as up to date as we need to be.
If you are unable to log-in, please contact the membership team on 0121 446 6688 (opt 1) or click here if you have lost or forgotten your password.
Member magazine – July/August 2018