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Forma House launches #LoveReviewShare

Housewares distributor Forma House has launched a new campaign to support independent small businesses, including cookshops and housewares stockists. It is encouraging people to post positive reviews of favourite shops and small businesses and share some of their favourite products or services on social media.

“We love independent small businesses in our community but often fall short on time, with our busy lives to let them know how much we love what they do. In this unusual time when we all seem to have more time on our hands we can do something so little that will have an incredibly big impact,” urges Simon Maghnagi, business development manager at Forma House.

Above: Keith Brymer Jones mug by Make International (distributed by Forma House).
Above: Keith Brymer Jones mug by Make International (distributed by Forma House).

He states: “This is a campaign to ensure your favourite small businesses don’t just survive this uncertainty but ultimately thrive.

Independent retailers should post an image of the campaign on their social media sites and encourage followers to review the business via avenues such as Facebook, Google and Trust Pilot. They should use hashtag #LoveReviewShare.

Forma House can provide retailers with images and captions from its product portfolio.

Top: The new ‘Love Review Share’ campaign will provide a boost for independent retailers.


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