We are Edinburgh Chamber Partners in Enterprise

Feb 12, 2018 | TC news

As part of a drive to expand our Business Development Programme (BDP), we are pleased to announce that we have become an official Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce Partner in Enterprise.  We will be collaborating with the Chamber to deliver new business support initiatives to encourage the development and growth of member organisations.

The BDP has been running for over 20 years and has helped thousands of delegates to learn new skills. Our team concentrate on addressing the real issues facing the business community, helping owners to improve the performance of their organisation. From online accounting to software and systems, our team of accredited trainers host workshops, boot camps and user groups to share expertise and create opportunities.

Partner Carrie Campbell commented, “We see this partnership as an opportunity to engage with a wider audience. We want to provide support that produces tangible results.”

Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce Chief Executive Liz McAreavey added, “We are delighted to welcome Thomson Cooper as a Partner of the Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce. Thomson Cooper has been an active member for 6 years and, as an award-winning accountancy practice offering a full range of accountancy and business advisory services, we know they have much to offer as a partner. We look forward to building on our existing relationship to deliver a sustainable and valuable partnership going forward.”

So fellow members, we need your ideas. Please get involved and submit your suggestions for topics or training to our Marketing Manager Carol Humphries at chumphries@thomsoncooper.com and help us to Build your Business in 2018.  

 

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