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How to Reach Florida’s British community+Use our eBritnews eblast service.


Royal India of Ft. Lauderdale,  Moneycorp of Orlando-UK,  Bloomingdales in Boca Raton Mall,  Caribbean Premier League Cricket Miami/Ft. Lauderdale,  British Marketplace in Davie,  Disney World Sports Complex in Kissimmee,  Orlando Soccer Club,  NZ Cricket Organisation for Ft. Lauderdale cricket tournament,  Paramount Pictures for UK movie promotion,  LiveNation Promoters –the world’s largest promoter [repeat client] , for UK stars coming to Florida,  Bayfront Amphitheatre Miami,  Broward Center for the Performing Arts, Parker Playhouse Ft. Lauderdale,  Ft. Lauderdale Film Festival,  Arsht Centre Miami, Maltz Theatre in Jupiter,  Miami Book Fair,  Books and Books Miami.  International Polo Club in Palm Beach,  Scottish-American Society of South Florida, Beatles Cruise promoters in Boca Raton, Harrods Furniture in Ft Lauderdale,  Fillmore Miami Beach, 9 Round Fitness Centre in Boca Raton,  Florin Pensions UK-Florida,  Ziva Staffing in Miami,  Kravis Center Palm Beach,  LLoyds Bank USA, Bartons Beers of Chicago, Stella Artois beer distributors marketing,  Virgin Atlantic Airlines, Books and Books Miami, SkyNews UK in Miami,  AEG show promoters Florida,  Vogue Magazine,  Moore Team Realty of Bradenton, Rumba Miami God Save the Queen Tribute Band,  Voyages of Discovery Cruiselines in Ft Lauderdale,  Trinity Cathedral Miami to attract English bellringers,   British Airways Florida-London flights, the BBC, ITV and many UK media filming in Florida,  British Consulate Miami and many others over the years.  Each has used us to target the British community in various parts of Florida,  New Florida Mortgage Services of Palm Beach and others not shown here.   Many are repeat clients, satisfied with the results.   

► Since 1991, the British Bureau has reached the British market across Florida for our many clients.
For a quote, send an email to britishbusinessflorida@gmail.com  Include details of your project, name + city + contact phone.

There are only 2 ways to reach the British community in Florida, shown below, both offered ONLY by the British Bureau of Florida.  

1]  ADVERTISE ON THIS WEBSITEThere are various spots and types of ads, text or banner ads. Rates vary by placement.  Request adrates and choices via email to:  britishbusinessflorida@gmail.com 

2]   USE OUR UNIQUE and CUSTOM EBLAST SERVICE.   The British Bureau maintains the ONLY database of email addresses for resident Brits in Florida in every zipcode.   Use our eBlast service—we have a long list of satisfied clients who have done so,  going back to 1997…since the Internet was launched!   We reach the British community across Florida for YOU.   The British Bureau of Florida has the email addresses of the entire local British community—you don’t!   QUOTE:     We charge clients by area.   For full quote and details send email to    Or phone the office first on [305] 371-9340 to discuss.

►  NOTEEvery client who has used the eBritNews service has reported great response.  One Ft. Lauderdale employer seeking local British staff —who already had their US work visa—was so pleased he used our service 3 times.    Another told me:  ” Patricia, within hours of your email going out I had the British applicants I wanted…with more coming in for days. All local Brits.   Thank you—-and yes we DID hire people from your email.” 

► ABOUT OUR DATABASE, compiled since 1991 and updated weekly.     We have Florida’s entire resident British community sorted by local area code—[407] [941] [305] [561] [904] [239] [813] [727] [954] [772] [863] [386] [352] [850] [321] et al,  so we can target for clients.    The eBritNews eblast goes out direct to thousands of British individuals plus British clubs, British businesses, British associations, the British Consulate office, Florida Association of British Business members,  the 4 British-American Chamber and  BABC chapters in Florida,  British Network meeting attendees, the British Business Council of Miami, British pubs and English tearooms plus British readers of the Florida column of the former Union Jack Newspaper.   We also send it to the many Americans who have British spouses or business partners, others connected to the large resident British community and have dealings with us.  It also reaches our UK associates and UK-Based Brits planning to move here,  British Bureau clients and FABB members.    You are paying for access to our British contacts database, built up over 2 decades,  which takes us considerable time to maintain and input new contacts,  plus our professional copywriting skills to create an effectively-worded email to appeal to Brits.   BONUS:  Each Briton in our database has many more contacts in his/her email address book they forward our eBritNews to. This reaches a greater audience for you.  he additional strength of the eBritnews is that recipients forward it to other Brits in their address books. Also to many Social Media outlets like Facebook, Linked-In, Twitter, Instagram et al.   Also entered into our database are the email addresses of everybody who attends the monthly British Network meetings [established in 1992 ] —that’s 12 meetings  a year for 25 years.     Compiled over the 2 decades the British Bureau of Florida has been in business,  our statewide database also includes British and Anglophile readers of Patricia Kawaja’s Florida column in the former Union Jack British Newspaper. These are Florida readers who contacted her directly over the 24 years.  Likewise, we add everybody who asks to receive the eBritnews via the Contact Us page on www.www.britishflorida.com and other Brits who contact our office for any reason, plus every attendee of our British Bureau events in Miami.   Everybody on our email list are opt-in resident Brits and Anglophile Americans.  Many local promoters and organizations have used it over the years for events promotion.

► ►  You are paying for the use of our vast British contacts database built up since 1991, which takes many business hours and dollars to maintain, plus our professional marketing/copywriting skills to appeal specifically to Brits.   For instance:   Do you have an event to promote to the British community—sell more tickets by sending out an eBritNews direct to Brits, promoting your event.      Do you want to hire British staff for your company?   Employers have had particular success with our niche head-hunting service, for those to hire resident Brits [in all parts of Florida] . They already have a work visa, so no sponsorship necessary!    

Example 1 of hundreds:   In October 2000, Bloomingdale’s in Boca was hosting a promotion of Wedgwood English china with Her Highness the Duchess of York, Sarah Ferguson making a personal appearance. Obviously the British community would be hugely interested in attending this event.  Bloomingdale’s and Wedgwood PR people did not have a British contacts database, so they hired the British Bureau to invite South Florida Brits.    As a result their audience was full of local Brits who bought china, making buck$$$ for Bloomies!      Example 2.  :    A California TV company making a programme needed to find a British person anywhere in USA who has built a British pub inside their home. They would fly their crew to anywhere in 50 states to film it. They had heard about my work even in California and phoned me.  I found them their needle in a haystack–the ONLY one. They happily paid my fee, flew a crew to Florida, filmed and aired the show.  “There would have been no programme without your help, Patricia,”  the producer told me.


£   TIP:  WANT TO SAVE WHEN TRANSFERRING over UK CURRENCY?   DON’T USE YOUR BANK!  Use Moneycorp.  [ I use Moneycorp myself–FABB President.]   The pound is shaky.  That affects all expats in Florida who still have UK dealings. To transfer your precious funds, we highly recommend you use the services of Moneycorp.  At lower rates than any bank!  This will save you fees and grief, as we Londoners say!  What your own bank won’t do is save considerable  exchange fees, like Moneycorp.   NOW is an advantageous time for you to transfer any funds you have.  THE BEST WAY:   Moneycorp, the UK company with an office in Florida and droves of satisfied Florida clients. It is the only UK currency exchange company licenced to deal in 50 states.   Many expat Brits here have used this currency service for years and report huge savings and satisfaction.   TO FIND OUT MORE:    Phone Moneycorp’s Kelly Cutchin on  [863] 207-6616 at their USA HQ in Orlando to ask all your questions.  Or email your query to Kelly Cutchin  kelly.cutchin@moneycorp.com for details.  Moneycorp’s HQ is in England.   Posted by the Florida Association of British Business [FABB].  Moneycorp have been trusted members since 2005.  

►  ARE YOU OVER 55?   Did you pay into a company / private UK pension years ago?  You may be sitting on a large sum of money in the UK which you could use over here.  The UK’s decision to leave the EU has resulted in Gilt yields reaching all time historic lows,  pushing up the transfer values of UK defined benefit pensions schemes.  That means your unfrozen pension is worth MORE since July 2016.     The Florida Association of British Business [FABB] has now accessed millions of dollars in UK pensions for hundreds of expat Florida Brits like you since first offering this service 17 years ago.   There is a way to access your money early and spend it now.  Many Florida Brits have done this.  NEXT:   Contact FABB’s British pensions expert to explain it and answer your questions.  He has successfully worked with many Brits in Florida and other USA states to “unfreeze” their much-needed funds.   Contact FABB’s British pensions expert Mark Solomons, who will explain it.  Mark is a longtime member of the Florida Association of British Business.  Contact Mark by phone [561] 793-1311 in Palm Beach OR email him:    ukpensions@gmail.com  Include a sentence about the type of pension you paid into and your contact phone number.   On subject line put:    To Mark Solomons—re pension    [NOTE:   This is NOT the UK Government pension you get at age 60/65–to apply for that you write to the pensions office in England ….address on PENSIONS page on  www.www.britishflorida.com