If you are looking to do business within this area then membership of the local Chamber of Commerce is essential. The cost to join is low and the benefits are high.
As part of your membership you will receive a ‘Loyalty card’. This card entitles you to savings from other member businesses. This means that you can save £££s across a huge range of services from discounted accountancy fees to meeting rooms and from printing to media costs. As a member you are also able to provide an offer from which other members can benefit and which will help generate business for you.
Your membership will also mean that you will receive a database of all the members. Undoubtedly an invaluable tool for promoting your business.
The Chamber works very closely with both local and national government and is dedicated to supporting local business. The Chamber played a key role in reducing car parking in Altrincham town centre and is currently working very closely with Altrincham Forward on the development of the town centre. The Chamber Board is made up of representatives from around the region representing a number of different businesses.
The Chamber team offer a range of different networking opportunities for you and your team. These range from informative breakfast events to luncheons, evening mixers, Showcase events and Business Awards. There really is something for everyone.
Another area that the Chamber can help you with is training. A range of different courses are available plus mentoring is on hand.
Whether you are new to the area, just setting up a business or a large organisation, membership of the Chamber really is the way forward.
The Altrincham & Sale Chamber has been around over 100 years and is here to stay.
To hear all about benefits of membership, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 07708 987518
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