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Members of the Federation of Independent Retailers (NFRN) could save more than £1,000 on essential business bills, due to the trade association’s new partnership with Bionic.

Bionic is the one-stop shop for business energy, broadband, phone and finance, saving NFRN members time and money when sorting out their business essentials – with the potential to save £1,305* a year by switching their business energy contract alone.

NFRN National President Stuart Reddish said: “We are delighted to announce this new partnership with Bionic.

“Now, more than ever, store owners are in need of services that will save them time and money. Alongside staff wages and stock, energy is one of the biggest expenses or independent retailers so getting the best possible tariff for that and for all business essentials is a must.

“By working with Bionic we can make sure that members are not paying over the odds for their energy, gas and telecoms costs. There are some substantial savings to be had.”

More information about the partnership is available from NFRNOnline.com.

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