VOW Wholesale joins Sheffield Chamber as Premium Partners

24th September 2018

Sheffield Chamber are pleased to announce that VOW Wholesale have become the latest member to join as a Premium Partner.

VOW is UK's leading wholesaler of business products with its headquarters in Sheffield. The company distributes over 20,000 products from its central Leicestershire distribution centre to over 4,000 customers including National Contracts, local businesses, B2B Resellers, retail shops, online stores, and specialty Resellers in the categories of Furniture, Technology and Facilities Supplies. Sheffield Chamber Vice President Steve Manley visited VOW to welcome them as a Premium Partner and present their Premium Partner membership plaque to Helen Wade, Marketing Director and Katie Liversidge, Events and Customer Experience Marketing Co-ordinator. Helen Wade said -VOW is excited to be joining the Sheffield Chamber of Commerce. We believe that the member benefits along with networking opportunities will not only help VOW to develop as a business but will also help to raise the profile of VOW within the Sheffield area. Dan Laver, who will act as Vow's Account Manager at Sheffield Chamber added -I look forward to welcoming Helen, Katie and their colleagues at VOW to our Chamber events and forums and helping them to connect and share ideas with our other members in the region.

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