Advertise your business for free through the SFA
 

As a member of the SFA, there are a variety of ways to profile your company to other members and stakeholders. Below is a simple guide to maximising your visibility within the SFA network.

Now That’s What I Call Business magazine

What? Our quarterly magazine is posted to all 8,500 members and to the broader SFA network. Each issue contains a member profile section where companies can share their latest news with other members – whether a new product, an award nomination, a rebrand or any other development that you would like to highlight.

How? Email a press release or a short article of up to 250 words, along with a photo to linda.barry@sfa.ie.

Website – Member profile

What? The SFA website, www.sfa.ie, receives over 3 million hits per year. As an SFA member, your company has the opportunity to be profiled in the ‘Member Spotlights’ section. The profile is presented in a question and answer format, allowing you to share the story of your business with visitors to the website.

How? Log into the SFA website and complete this online form and upload your company logo and a photo. The photo and the logo must both be jpeg files in the following dimensions: 200 pixels width x 200 pixels height. This can be done at any point throughout the year. If you have any queries on this please contact louise.swail@sfa.ie.

Website – Company advert 

What? Members can advertise their business, products and services on the SFA website. Many businesses offer discounts to other SFA members and this can be highlighted in the advertisement.

How? Log into the SFA website and complete this online form or send a few lines about the company, who you are, what you do and what you can offer to other members, along with a link to your website and contact details (name, address, email and phone number) to louise.swail@sfa.ie. Please also send your company logo as a jpeg file in the following dimensions: 200 pixels width x 200 pixels height. This can be done at any point throughout the year.

Connect with the SFA on social media

What? The SFA has significant reach through social media with all those involved or interested in issues affecting small firms. By connecting with us, you and your company can gain visibility and interact with those in the SFA digital network.

How? Follow us on Twitter at @SFA_Irl Interact with us by mentioning SFA in your tweets and retweeting and favouriting our content and we’ll try to do the same for you. On LinkedIn, follow the Small Firms Association or connect with any of the SFA staff.

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