Forward features

our plans for Lancashire business view magazine

See below for plans for the next issue and click here for our full 2022 forward features.

Get involved in the next edition of Lancashire Business View magazine!

Lancashire Business View is a trusted source of news and advice for Lancashire’s business community. Our features are well-respected, well-read and give you an unrivalled opportunity to showcase your brand, your expertise and your key messages. We are currently working on the May/June edition - please find further details below.

The Lancashire Business View team is working hard on the next edition to bring you the relevant information and to continue support for our readers, advertisers and sponsors.

In addition to our print magazine, we will also distribute the magazine digitally in its entirety giving us a readership of 50,000 per edition.

Below are details of the in-depth features you can get involved with. If you would like to be involved editorially in these features, tell us your stories at
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Advertising-supported features

Our supported features are an excellent way to showcase your expertise and promote your brand to our 50,000 readers. For just £500, you’ll receive space for an editorial contribution and advertising space for your branding and key messages.

Editorial features
  • Hotspot: West Lancashire
    West Lancashire is home to more than 4,000 businesses, supporting around 46,000 jobs across a diverse mix of industries. In this issue we will look at the area’s post-Covid recovery and examine how plans for the regeneration of Skelmersdale are progressing. We’ll also look at Ormskirk and how the town is meeting its challenges.

  • Hot 100
    It’s the most eagerly awaited list of the year. Lancashire Business View’s annual celebration of the county’s most profitable SMEs will highlight the companies and sectors driving the economy forward. This year’s list will also give an indication of the impact of the pandemic on our small businesses.

  • Insight: Market Towns 
    In this issue we will be turning our attention to Lancashire’s traditional market towns, looking at the contribution they play to the county’s economy. We will also examine how they are looking to the future and the regeneration work that is ongoing and talk to the businesses that are the heartbeat of those communities.

  • Report: Property
    In our regular look at Lancashire’s property sector, we’ll be examining the issues, reporting on the developments and analysing the trends set to have an impact in the county. We’ll be discussing the changing face of the high street and looking at what our towns and city centres will look like in the future.


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