Sunday, March 3, 2024

Publisher and Chamber unite in strategic partnership

West & North Yorkshire Chamber has entered into a strategic partnership with publisher LOCALiQ to promote its services across the region and to enable members to market their business through the goods and services both have to offer.

The Chamber says the arrangement is a perfect B2B partnership as both organisations already work closely together, with LOCALiQ sales director Steve Lowe already sitting on the leadership of the West Yorkshire leadership group and as a member of the Chamber’s BAME committee.

Together they will highlight the positive B2B activities taking place and promote the services they both offer to help local businesses, from finance and legal advice, start up support and skills and training which the Chamber specialises. With LOCALiQ, an award-winning marketing company, offering advice and guidance around all things marketing including websites, generating leads, enquiries and awareness using digital media, news websites, magazines, and networking events.

James Mason, CEO of the West & North Yorkshire Chamber said: “The Chamber and the titles LOCALiQ manage have been proud champions of the region’s business community for centuries.

“This partnership will allow us to take our convening powers and reach to a how new level”

Steve Lowe said: “Both organisations are focused on supporting local business to grow, we offer very different support and combined we can provide great advice to what a large, small or start up business needs to grow.”

The West & North Yorkshire Chamber of Commerce exists to support local business. Their mission is to be recognised as an essential part of growing businesses by sharing opportunities, knowledge, and expertise, with a strong business voice influencing decision makers at all levels. As accredited members of the British Chamber of Commerce (BCC) they have been supporting business for over 150 years.

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