Go Trade Local headlines in the Lancashire Post!
“New Website Aims To Boost County Trades” was the headline for the ‘Business Day’ section of the Lancashire Post recently and the accompanying article was a great way of introducing Go Trade Local to the readers of England’s north west county newspaper.
Go Trade Local boasts more than 7,500 companies of all shapes and sizes, from national chains to smaller independent traders.
Wigan-born Chairman and Co-Founder Martin Ainscough CBE DL, formerly of Ainscough Crane Hire, said:
“It’s vital that together we do what we can to sustain our wonderful planet and support our local economies by shopping locally as much as possible.
What makes Go Trade Local different is that the platform is loyal to local and users will always find their most local stockist or branch in relation to the product they have searched for.
In turn, this saves money and time and is more environmentally friendly because it can help reduce travel.”
Co-founder, Chorley-born young entrepreneur Harry Longworth said:
“Martin and I had the joint vision of helping to put local businesses at the fingertips of our users. Not only can customers get in touch with them directly using the contact details on their online profile, they’re also able to request prices using the handy ‘Price Comparison Tool’.
Go Trade Local isn’t just an online directory and price comparison site, it is also a marketing partner.”
Business Development Manager Stuart Clewlow, also of Chorley, said:
“Go Trade Local connects customers directly with their local stockists. It has the potential to quickly become the number one must have tool for any job, anywhere, anytime.”
If you would like to see Lancashire Post’s Go Trade Local article in full please click: https://www.lep.co.uk/business/consumer/new-website-aims-boost-lancs-traders-2962556