Why become a BESA Affiliate?
Becoming a BESA Affiliate gives you the unrivalled opportunity to put your name, products and services in front of over 1,200 members operating across the building engineering services sector.
Helping to raise your company’s profile within the industry, the BESA Affiliate Scheme offers exclusive discounts on a range of marketing activities targeted at BESA members, including access to specialist events and a host of other networking opportunities.
The BESA Affiliate Scheme is tiered, designed to support the varying needs and interests of our Affiliates. The Bronze Affiliate level is the baseline of the BESA Scheme, with the Silver, Gold and Platinum levels progressively adding more benefits and higher percentages of discount, giving opportunities for regional or national brand exposure.
We welcome a wide range of Affiliates, from suppliers, to manufacturers, to business services providers, with a special Affiliate level for consultants. If you support the building engineering services sector, including facilities management, then we would like to hear from you!
All Affiliates are listed in our Affiliate Directory and depending on the level chosen, you could also see your logo featured along with a description of your company
There are also opportunities to be promoted by BESA via our social channels
Networking opportunities across a variety of events
The chance to network and present your products or services to members directly
Invites to our specialist group technical meetings to help develop policy positions and promote industry viewpoints
The opportunity to attend, sponsor and present at our regional meetings offering you regular contact with key decision makers
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