We are delighted to have recently joined the Hampshire Chamber of Commerce as a Corporate Member and are looking forward to making the most of our membership.

For those who have not discovered the Chamber yet, it is owned and led by its members, who are local business organisations of all sectors and sizes. As a private sector, not-for-profit company they are independent and can therefore lobby effectively to make Hampshire the place to do business.

They hold over 100 events every year including their annual conference which strive to give all members the opportunity to learn, meet new contacts and promote their business through networking or promotional opportunities.

They also provide Training services, International Trade services, a host of membership benefits and member offers, and links to a variety of groups and committees.  They are also an integral part of the Hampshire Business Alliance.

The Chamber has over 1700 members and we are very much looking forward to going to the events, networking meetings and connecting with as many local businesses as possible.

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