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, publishers of and the Lincolnshire Echo, have recently launched a new national business website.


If you subscribe to the daily email newsletter service you could be visiting the sunny Spanish city of Barcelona and also benefiting from a £2,000 content marketing programme.


is the new national news site for people in business across the UK. The website is unique as it’s both regional and national! BusinessLive is powered by award-winning business journalists from such famous titles as the Manchester Evening News, Birmingham Post, Liverpool Echo, the Western Mail and the Newcastle Journal.


Alistair Houghton, Editor of BusinessLive, said “The aim of the website is to give regional businesses a national voice, championing those at the real heart of the UK’s economy, through insightful journalism, timely information and provocative opinion”.


Mr Houghton continued “BusinessLive shines a spotlight on the entrepreneurs, the stars of the future and the small firms that are the backbone of our economy”.


He added, “The reporting team will bring you the best coverage of sectors from Commercial  to  and everything in between”.


Reach plc is the largest regional and national news publisher in the UK. The new business to business website sits alongside the portfolio of thriving websites across the country that includes Lincolnshire Live.


 brings together local and regional business news to give readers a full picture of what’s happening in the British business world. It promises to give readers the news and information they need to do business and be informed.


Why not visit and take a look for yourself!

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