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Happy anniversary EWN GETS IT

  • We get it and so should you…

In 2014, the Euro Weekly News launched an exciting and innovative product to complement its six weekly newspapers - an online business directory www.facebook.com/ewngetsitbd.
Since then it has gone from strength to strength and become the latest EWN success story.
One year on, we thought we would answer some of the most frequently asked questions from members of the public, and business owners.

  • Why an online directory?

The weekly newspapers are hugely successful - half a million readers every week can’t be wrong! - but we live in the age of the Internet, so we wanted to offer an online resource for our readers and the expat community in general. The directory is filled with reputable companies offering the sort of services that tourists and residents alike need in Spain. And the beauty of it is you find those companies from anywhere in the world, at any time of the day as long as you have a connection to the worldwide web!

  • How does it work?

Like our papers, the directory is FREE and easy to use. You can find it at www.ewngetsit.com, or follow the link from the Euro Weekly News website (www.euroweekl ynews.com). You can then search by type of business and by city or town - ensuring you find a local firm that can deal with you in your language.
Once you have used the site, bookmark it or save it to your favourites to make it even easier next time.
When you have found the ideal local company in the directory, their contact details are at your fingertips - there is even a Google map to help you find them. If you happen to be browsing out of working hours, then simply use the blue ‘Contact business’ button to send an email with your enquiry - and wait for them to call or email you!
Don’t forget to tell the business where you found them!

  • What sort of businesses are in the directory?

In a word - all sorts! There are large companies covering all of Spain as well as chandlers in Palma, builders in Benidorm, car rental firms in Torrevieja, schools in Malaga and many many more.
Literally local companies that can give you their expertise, on your doorstep.

  • How can I get my business listed?

Simply call the office on +34 952 561 234 or email directo [email protected] One of the team will be happy to help your business to connect with the English-speaking expat community. The pricing is extremely econo-mical for businesses large or small.

Follow the directory on Facebook - www.facebook.com/ewngetsitbd and on Twitter - twitter.com/ewngetsit and become part of our online community.

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