BVAA & NOF Energy launch Business Development Partnership

NOF Energy’s George Rafferty addressing the BVAA

NOF Energy’s Joanne Leng, MBE, highlighting the Key
benefits to BVAA Members

The BVAA and NOF Energy - the business development organisation for oil, gas, nuclear and offshore renewables sectors - have formed a new Business Development Partnership. The aim is to help facilitate BVAA members’ business development activities in the energy sector through NOF Energy’s extensive industry network and suite of services.

In addition to representing its members’ interests in industry, this new partnership will enable BVAA members to access the essential business development services provided by NOF Energy.

BVAA and its members will also benefit from NOF Energy’s highly-regarded suite of services, which have helped secure its own members £140million worth of new business in the past few years.

NOF Energy will support the BVAA with the organisation of networking events and a range of traditional and online marketing activities. NOF Energy delivers a broad calendar of networking events, which focus on supply chain opportunities across the oil, gas, nuclear and offshore renewables sectors. Its networking events have proven beneficial for its 420+ membership. In excess of 70% of members stated that NOF Energy events had an impact on their sales with support from the organisation generating more than £18 million worth of sales enquiries in the last year.

BVAA members will also be able to take part in NOF Energy’s regular UK and international market visits, which facilitate meetings between members and key market players.

Joanne Leng MBE, Director Business Development at NOF Energy, said: “We are delighted to be able to support the BVAA and its members with our successful suite of business development services.”

“The UK is highly regarded in the global energy industry for its excellent supply chain; however companies have to ensure they exploit a range of business development resources to ensure they are visible to potential customers in both domestic and international markets.”

“We will work closely with the BVAA to ensure its members can benefit from our services and also be able to tap into the strong NOF Energy network. The benefit of inter-trading between NOF Energy members cannot be underestimated and has the potential to offer real opportunities to BVAA members. For us it is all about providing new business opportunities to the BVAA and giving our own members access to a new network of contacts who may end up being new customers.”

BVAA’s Director Rob Bartlett said: “There is real synergy between the two organisations in terms of knowledge and experience of the energy sectors. NOF Energy also has an excellent reputation in industry for its business development credentials, which we are of no doubt will add value to membership of the BVAA.”

Published in Valve User Magazine Issue 22

Parker launches new generation of oil condition monitoring technology

Parker Hannifin the global leader in motion and control technologies, has ...

Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Read full article

Why Exhibit at Valve World 2022?

Valve technology at VALVE WORLD EXPO in Düsseldorf covers all industries ...

Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Read full article

Pressure Tech welcomes member of parliament

At the start of May Pressure Tech welcomed local Member of Parliament, ...

Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Read full article

IVS Online Warm-up Wraps Up

Over a thousand experts and industry professionals have gathered from across ...

Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Read full article

PMFC Ltd Providing Engineering Failure Investigation

Polymeric Material Failure Consultants (PMFC) Ltd is an ISO9001:2015 certified ...

Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Read full article

Albion offers further opportunities for local community

Albion Valves (UK) Ltd, one of the UK’s leading valve suppliers, is ...

Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Read full article

BVAA Hot Spot EN ISO 22153 2021 Electric Actuators for Industrial Valves - General Requirements Published

What is it? BS EN ISO 22153 2021 Electric actuators for industrial valves - ...

Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Read full article