CHESTER, England, September 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Construction intelligence specialist, Barbour ABI, has launched Office Moves - a new data tool to help companies target firms relocating to new premises who may require their products or services.
Office Moves utilises Barbour ABI's in-house research team to compile data, unavailable anywhere else in the marketplace, on companies across the UK who are planning to relocate, refurbish or extend their work space. Subscribers to the service are then provided with information on what is planned and when, as well as verified contact names and job titles of the key decision makers. This means they can target their efforts to develop genuine business opportunities, increasing the likelihood of a contract win.
Brendan Langridge, Director of Sales at Barbour ABI, said: "For many firms, one of the most difficult aspects of generating sales leads is finding the businesses most in need of their assistance. Having the right information available at their fingertips can save them time searching for potential customers by allowing them to connect directly with companies actually looking for their services at the right time."
Available to both large and small companies in the construction and service sectors, Office Moves has the ability to segregate data by sector and region, allowing subscribers to access the information most relevant to their business needs.
Firms interested in subscribing to the new service can also register to receive ten free leads tailored to their specific needs. For more information on Barbour ABI and the Office Moves service, please visit http://www.barbour-abi.com/officemoves.
About Barbour ABI:
Barbour ABI is a leading provider of construction intelligence services. With a team of in-house research specialists and a dedicated lead economist, it provides commercially relevant insight and unique analysis of trends and developments within the building and construction industry.
Barbour ABI is the chosen provider of industry data and indicators for Government bodies including the Office of National Statistics and the UK Government's Construction and Infrastructure Pipeline, which outlines future construction and infrastructure projects where public funding is agreed. Barbour ABI also provides data for independent organisations, such as the Construction Products Association.
Barbour ABI is part of global events-led marketing services and communications company, UBM, and is headquartered in Cheshire Oaks, Cheshire.
For more information, please visit http://www.barbour-abi.com
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SOURCE Barbour ABI