NFRN Endorse the New

Home News Delivery Affiliation (HNDA)

In the recent NFRN publication – Retail Newsagent (RN) – Paul Baxter, on behalf of the NFRN, chose to comment on and endorse the recently launched Home News Delivery Affiliation – HNDA.

RN describes the new Association as a buying group for Home News Delivery newsagents and current intensive negotiations with newspaper publishers have moved forward positively with publishers eager to work with an organisation – the HNDA –  that represents newsagents that directly deliver to both homes and businesses.

Gross newspaper margins that turn the clock back over 20 years are on the table for HNDA members and are being achieved through a new innovative approach with publishers and wholesalers. The HNDA are fully aware that Home News Delivery represents the backbone of newspaper circulation here in the UK. Personalities and politics that have got in the way of progressive newsagent agreements with publishers during the past few years will NOT be the approach of the HNDA. Quality HND newsagent members will get access to improved margins only through the HNDA in future.

Baxter of the NFRN states that publishers see the strategic importance of Home News Delivery. The HNDA have emerged to re-energise and re- connect newsagents with their supply chain so that newspaper circulation can recover spearheaded by Home News Delivery.

The current trend of the News Trade has Publishers concerned of the slow slide of the daily copy, and they know the importance of the HND Newsagent, irrespective of our current weather conditions they know their sold copy will be delivered to the readers.

HNDA, was formed by News Trade experience people to represent the top 500 HND Newsagents in the Country, this elite group of Professional Newsagents whose main revenue is from Home News Delivery, and every Publisher knows these Newsagents provides the service that will remain the forefront of the News Trade Industry survival.

Please leave your details via the website so that you can be part of this revolution in newspaper profitability.


Contact the HNDA on 0800 999 3227



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