The Value of Chamber Membership

22nd August 2012

Harrison Silverdale is a medium sized family business who design and distribute specialised fasteners.

Mark Harrison, Director at Harrison Silverdale Ltd said; We have been a Chamber member for many years but over time lost contact and didn't use their services very often. When the time came to renew the subscription we decided not to bother.  This prompted my Account Manager, Julie Hardwick to come and ask why. During the meeting Julie gave me a full overview of the services and benefits the Sheffield Chamber can offer which surprised me and changed my opinion. One of the benefits we recently took up after renewing our subscription was the discount on AA membership which saved us around £300. This saving has paid for our membership for the next year! We hope to utilise the Chamber for the H&S Advisory service and further Training moving forward now I have seen the true value of my membership.

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