Focus on Membership; New Membership Structure Launch

13th October 2016

On 3rd October 2016, Sheffield Chamber of Commerce will be launching its new membership structure.

This comes after several months of hard work behind the scenes, having conducted substantial research and gaining valuable feedback from members. We believe this re branded, restructured, membership package, will offer a more current and accessible service that can be tailored to any business. Our primary aim is, to Support, Grow & Connect Sheffield Businesses. Join us at this members event to see how the new membership structure will benefit your business, learn about the new services available as part of the new structure and of course, network with industry professionals. **Please note, The new membership structure is only available to new members. Current members can access the new structure from January 1st 2017 upon renewal of their membership. The event is open to new members and current members with renewals in 2017.

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