Google research links Market Traders with Younger Customers

New research released by Google looking at young people, digital engagement and the future of retail markets has been welcomed by the National Association of British Market Authorities (NABMA) [...]

NABMA Annual Conference 2018

The 2018 NABMA Conference is to be held 16th – 18th September 2018 at the Crowne Plaza, Stratford Upon Avon. This is the premier markets industry Conference and the one that everyone involved in [...]

High Street Minister, puts UK markets on the map

This year’s Love Your Local Market campaign was launched at Todmorden Market in the Calder Valley by High Street’s Minister, MP Jake Berry on Friday 18 May 2018, highlighting the importance of [...]

Ms Markle’s Markets Walk-about

Shoppers in three North West towns were seeing double today as two of the UK’s top royal wedding look-alike’s went market shopping today for the launch of Love Your Local Market with the National [...]

Markets are Close to Minister’s Heart : Parliamentary Reception

High Streets Minister, MP Jake Berry welcomed around 80 guests to the Terrace at Westminster at the annual All Party Parliamentary Reception hosted by the NMTF and NABMA on Tuesday 15th May. 

Markets Index Report April 2018

Given severe winter weather in March, footfall in UK Retail Markets could have been worse, recovering strongly from the horror show that was February. But the YoY trend is still weak, down by [...]

Trip to Westminster

We are looking forward to the Annual Markets Parliamentary Reception hosted jointly by NMTF and NABMA on Tuesday 15th May.


Steve Pickering, NABMA’s Training and Development Manager reports on his visit to Wales to lead a workshop with a number of markets from the Anglesey and Gwynedd region.


Graham Wilson OBE, Chief Executive of NABMA (National Association of British Market Authorities) explores this year’s Love Your Local Market theme: ‘Close to Your Heart’.

Dan’s Diploma Development

Undertaking NABMA’s Diploma in Markets Administration (DMA) has coincided with some very positive steps in the career of Dan Ritchie. As he prepares to leave Cambridge to become Superintendent of [...]

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