Custom Business Finance join Sheffield Chamber as Premium Partners

28th September 2018

Custom Business Finance, one of Sheffield's leading finance brokers, is the most recent business to join Sheffield Chamber as a Premium Partner.

Chris Mangle, David Catling and Martin Taylor of Custom Business Finance joined the Chamber for the recent Patron & Premium Partner Networking Lunch and received their presentation plaque to celebrate their membership David said -At Custom Business Finance our focus is working with like-minded and forward thinking businesses. The opportunity to be part of Sheffield Chamber as a Premium Partner appealed to us not only because of the network and relationships it will develop but because of the additional support areas we deem beneficial such as Profile Raising, Business Support and Workforce Development. We are delighted to be part of the chamber and we look forward to meeting and working with its members. Daniel Laver, Account Manager at Sheffield Chamber of Commerce, added: -It's fantastic to have Chris, David and Martin on board as Premium Partners. -One of our key missions is to help our members find the right support for their business needs. With their knowledge and access to lenders, Custom Business Finance are a team that shares our own values, saving their customers time, money and frustration. For more information on Custom Business Finance, please visit their website.

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