Staffordshire Chambers has announced a new type of membership, the strategic partnership, aimed at providing businesses with the resources and support they need to grow and succeed.
The first business to unlock the benefits of the strategic partnership is Capital Allowance Review Service, who will now receive a range of perks including an increased company profile and direct support from the Chambers’ Deputy CEO, Chris Plant.
Capital Allowance Review Service allow businesses to claim tax relief on their capital investments, such as property and equipment, while also specialising in a number of other specialist tax services, such as R&D, Land remediation and Patent Box.
Lee Parker, their Head of Business Growth, said: “It’s a pleasure to be working with the Chamber more closely and for them to have an input in our growth plans. Clearly Staffordshire Chambers is the place to be in terms of business support and engagement.
“We are all looking forward to working with Chris and his team over the next year. We looked through all the membership options available to us, having talked it through with Chamber around our goals for the year, it was clear the strategic partnership platform was the one for us.”
“We are very excited to offer this new opportunity to our members,” said Sara Williams, CEO of Staffordshire Chambers. “Running a business, particularly during the current economic climate, can be very challenging, and we want to do everything we can to support and encourage our local businesses to thrive.
“The strategic partnerships are an extension of our current membership offer and we are looking forward to providing this enhanced service.”
This strategic partnership membership is just one of the many ways that Staffordshire Chambers is working to support the local business community.
Businesses interested in becoming a strategic partner can find more information by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org