Corporate patronship with the Birmingham Chamber of Commerce

Robert Walters has become a Corporate Patron of the Birmingham Chamber of Commerce.

As a Birmingham Chamber Patron, Robert Walters will be at the forefront of Midlands business, working closely with the Chamber, fellow Patrons and key stakeholders in the region to help promote and develop Birmingham as a leading business destination.

The current list of Patrons includes high profile names in the world of business from both the public and private sectors. 

Jerry Blackett, ‎CEO at Birmingham Chamber of Commerce, said:
“We are absolutely delighted to welcome Robert Walters as a Birmingham Chamber Patron and we look forward to working closely with them”

Chris Poole, Managing Director - UK Regions at Robert Walters, said:
"We are pleased to announce Robert Walters is now a Birmingham Chamber of Commerce Patron. This partnership is further evidence of our support of the local business community -allowing us to build new relationships locally and developing Birmingham as global business destination. We look forward working closely with the Chamber of Commerce and other patron businesses."

About the Birmingham Chamber of Commerce

Birmingham Chamber of Commerce is steeped in history having been established for nearly 200 years but, like the business environment over the decades, it has changed and adapted accordingly. The group now comprises: 

  • Birmingham Chamber of Commerce
  • Burton & District Chamber of Commerce
  • Chase Chamber of Commerce
  • Lichfield & Tamworth Chamber of Commerce
  • Solihull Chamber of Commerce
  • British American Business Council
  • Institute of Asian Businesses
  • Future Faces 

Birmingham Chamber is an accredited member of the British Chambers of Commerce and over the years has established itself to become the prominent independent business voice in Birmingham and the West Midlands. 

For further information, please contact Stuart Wiggins on +44 (0)121 281 5000 or stuart.wiggins@robertwalters.com

 

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