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Faversham Business Partnership

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Faversham Business Partnership is the new generation of the FEP founded in 2004 by local councillors and business people to help boost the local economy. The FEP, managed by Laurence Young, led a series of projects and undertook research work which helped steer the local economy successfully through the recession. Faversham today has low unemployment and a vibrant town centre.

Network meetings

For details on our bi-monthly Faversham Business Partnership meeting, click here. These meeting are held in different locations around Faversham and start with a greet and meet, followed by a presentation from guest speakers. Afterwards there is another opportunity to network and meet other businesses. 

Who is a Faversham Business Partnership member.

To build on their successes in the early part of 2014 discussions began, to find the best way forward to continue to support local Faversham businesses in the changing market place hence the formulation of FBP (Faversham Business Partnership). Incorporating the Faversham Traders, Faversham Transport weekend,, Faversham Rewards with continued overall business support and grant applications for the benefit of Faversham and surrounding areas, the new Partnership will have a greater focus on working directly with local businesses.

The Traders support has been instrumental in the evolution, the belief that business to business advice and information sharing is vital for a town’s welfare and success. The growth of the Faversham Traders group since its embryonic beginnings in 2010 has meant that Faversham has benefitted from increased footfall, marketing, social media, a credible and valuable resource in local business personnel talking and meeting regularly, free training, shared knowledge, excellent on-line advertising and directory hosted by, generating a real sense and belief that Faversham is a good place to do business.

How do I become a Faversham Business Partnership Member?

You can contact us by one of the methods listed below.

Business to Business offers

Faversham Business Partnership Members offers and discounts can be viewed here.  If you have an offer for members that you would like added to the website contact please Debs Smith

Why should I be a Faversham Business Partnership Member?

  • Your business will have a page on, the excellent directory and marketing tool for Faversham.
  • Opportunities for you/your business to network, share information and listen to guest speakers that are relevant to your business.
  • Gain business support and advice when you need it, the FBP team will help you find the support you need when you want it.
  • Use of the Faversham Business Partnership logo.
  • Shared communications, marketing and advertising opportunities, information on local activities.

Full details on membership packages can be seen here.

Be part of it

To find out when the next Faversham Business Partnership network/ business meeting is please click here.
To view past presentations please click here.
Engage with us on Facebook.

The Faversham Business Partnership team

Samantha Nye and Debs Smith 

Chris Bichard - Chair of the FBP believes the formation of a FBP will enable all local business to further benefit from the excellent, well-developed business support packages with its first class resources, advice and marketing. These are exciting times; towns have to be able to show they can work more closely together and not rely on grants, which in the past were more readily available. 

Faversham is a vibrant market town with a popular market, independent shops, enviable attractions, eateries, local pubs surrounded by scenic countryside and is very proud of its heritage, we just need to make sure the wider world knows that too!

Businesses are invited to join FBP from as little as £12.35 per month membership.

FBP Contacts

Debs Smith - Business Support Manager,

Samantha Nye - Finance,



FBP Directors

Christopher Bichard - Chairman - South East Coachworks

Peter Flowers - Town Councillor