We're excited to announce that we have begun a new partnership with Future Publishing, the global specialist media platform.
Future publishes over 50 magazines across varying topics, including two leading home improvements titles: Homebuilding & Renovating and Real Homes. Each is dedicated to inspiring and helping readers to build, renovate and improve their properties, with topics ranging from basement conversions to multipurpose dressing rooms.
The two magazines will now make use of Plentific’s ‘Find a Pro’ feature. This will allow readers to post home improvement jobs and find local tradesmen with ease: perfect for when they get inspired by the latest articles!
Our new partnership with Future Publishing reflects our shared dedication to making home improvements simple
Director of Marketing for Plentific, Stephen Jury, commented: “Our new partnership with Future Publishing reflects our shared dedication to making home improvements simple. The magazines inspire their readers to want to make the most out of their properties with advice pieces that open up dozens of new options for them. With access to our platform and growing network of verified trade professionals, Future’s readers can now make their inspired ideas a reality.”
We're delighted to partner with Plentific to be able to provide this service.
Jason Orme, Editorial Director for Future, also commented on the launch: ”We're committed to make the process of creating dream homes easier and we recognise that finding reliable and skilled professionals is one of the key stumbling blocks for our audience of home builders and extenders.
We're delighted to partner with Plentific to be able to provide this service. Our audience can now get their projects off the ground quicker and will find the process of finding, sourcing and agreeing prices with tradesmen much easier thanks to our partnership."
Philip knows the most frustrating aspect of a home improvement job is not knowing anything about it! In the news, Phil is always on the look out for properties that inspire. He’s a fan of modern properties, with a particular soft spot for skyscrapers.