Business data is out there. A bit like the truth, if Mulder and Scully are to be believed. Like the X-files, there's something mysterious about how you come about that data. Do you scour the commercial section of the Phone Book, call everyone you think might be relevant to your market, and ask for their email address? Or do you pay a script kiddie to write a data mining program that rips anything with an @ symbol out of thousands of web pages? How do you know where to start? Maybe it's just a feeling in your bones. Or not. We can help.

Lease our data

We have over 800,000 business email contacts in our database, and it's constantly mailed to, so we're able to remove undeliverable addresses, update records when details change, and constantly add new records to increase the number of contacts you could be reaching.

Our most popular leasing option is an annual term, with the capability of emailing up to 12 times within that year. But we also have options for single-use and can work with you to tailor a solution to your needs. Costs depend on the amount of data, so get in touch and see how we can help you reach your market.

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Merrehill's UK business email contacts are categorised by criteria such as the Government-published Standard Industry Classification (SIC) codes, Business Codes, and various geographic divisions from Government regions down to the first part of the post code (e.g. SW10). So we could, say, tell you how many manufacturers we have in London. Or all the Managing Directors in Scotland. Or the architects within a 20-mile radius of the B1 postcode. That's 6,300, 4,300 and 1,500 respectively, by the way.