UK Business Forums (UKFB), a platform where thousands of entrepreneurs and company directors of small businesses can converge to discuss key SME issues, re-launches today.
The website, which was founded in 2001 and bought by Sift Media earlier this year, has been upgraded to provide extra web services including larger private messaging space and a new thank-you rating system.
Fully paid-up members can now also start a blog, giving them more opportunities to promote their business.
The revamp in web design and services, which is based on feedback from members, allows small business owners more opportunities to network with their peers and debate topical issues.
Dan Martin, administrator of UK Business Forums wrote in Business Zone: "UKBF has been a hugely welcome addition to the Sift Media stable. As the UKs most active online forums, the website is a valuable resource for thousands of entrepreneurs.
"We are confident that members will like the redesigned website, while the new look will help UK Business Forums grow into an even bigger community than it already is."
UKBFs redesign follows the launch of The Green Room last week, a new section on the website which is dedicated to eco-business and corporate social responsibility.
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