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Corporate membership continues to grow

Shropshire Chamber of Commerce has welcomed two more high-profile businesses to its new Corporate membership programme.

The latest companies to sign up are marketing agency Reech, based on Shrewsbury Business Park, and Apogee Property & Utility Consultants Limited of Telford.

The Corporate package is the Chamber’s newest level of membership, and is aimed at senior managers and directors who would like to recognise and achieve their full potential as leaders and professionals. It includes 12 senior management training masterclasses a year, plus priority access to other events, corporate video hosting, complimentary training places, and a host of other benefits.

Founded in 2009, Reech offers services including branding and design, SEO and social media, and web design and development. It has helped hundreds of local organisations stand out from the crowd, including Shrewsbury Town Football Club, Fletcher Homes, Nock Deighton, Montgomery Waters, and Salop Leisure sites.

Rob Hughes, managing director of Reech, said: “Whether our team are designing a new brand identity or a bespoke WordPress website, we are passionate about helping local businesses enhance their marketing. Continuing to support the Shropshire Chamber of Commerce by becoming Corporate members will allow us to proactively seek opportunities to work with other Shropshire-based businesses and charities.”

To commemorate its upcoming 11th birthday, Reech is offering Shropshire Chamber members 11% off agency rates throughout November 2020.

Apogee Property & Utility Consultants Limited is based at Hall Park Court in Telford town centre, offering services such as property and site search, estate management, and planning applications appeals and consultancy.

Managing director Jeremy Haigh said: “We became a Shropshire Chamber Corporate member primarily for the excellent training programmes at all levels, including the masterclasses as we recognise our business is all about its people.

“We look forward to understanding and collaborating with other Corporate members as we progress with our exponential growth since our founding in 2018.”

Mia Carter, director of membership at Shropshire Chamber of Commerce, said: “The new Corporate membership level has been built for organisations who wish to develop their leaders with continual professional development in five key areas of business.

“Our suite of masterclasses focus on nurturing modern-day leaders to make their mark and help realise their  organisation’s strategic objectives by shifting the way they communicate, motivate, innovate and performance manage.

“Our team of experts are at the cutting edge of leadership development. They will share and explore the latest thinking, inspiring those taking part, no matter the level of their experience, to gain the skills and confidence to raise their game and lead high-performing teams.”

Pictured: Mia Carter with Rob Hughes and Dena Evans of Reech


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