Workflow Group joins forces with Sheffield Chamber as Chamber Patron

10th February 2016

Sheffield Chamber of Commerce is delighted to announce that Workflow Group have become a Patron member for 2016.

The partnership supports the combined vision of both companies to aid businesses to be as efficient and cost effective as possible, and ultimately to achieve growth. Julie Hardwick, Business Services Manager at the Chamber said -Since Workflow became members we have had an excellent relationship with them and we are delighted that they have seen the real value of their membership which has led to their desire to become Chamber Patrons. The Workflow Group continues to expand and is now a trusted managed print partner across the whole of the UK. It is great to have them on board and we look forward to continuing to work closely with them which will also be of great benefit to our members. Martin Lenton and Darren Hardisty, Managing Partners at Workflow Group added -Workflow Group are delighted in becoming a Patron of Sheffield Chamber. We have been very impressed with the way in which the Chamber & its other Patrons have supported our integration. They have a clear, collective focus on ensuring that support & development of Chamber companies are their primary aim. -Their main objective is to promote members working with members, to ensure development & growth within the Sheffield Business Community. In our experience many similar organisations claim to do this, but very few deliver. -It is a philosophy we share as our whole business is centred around delivering the highest levels of service to our customers. We don't spend fortunes on marketing or bombard people with cold calls, all of our growth is down to referral business and Sheffield Chamber gives us the platform to continue our expansion while providing members with a 'safe pair of hands' in our industry sector. -In short if you have a business that does what it does well this is the organisation to work with & we are demonstrating this belief by taking on the Patron mantle. We very much look forward to working with the Chamber and its members. Photo Caption (L-R): Brenda Jordan, Darren Hardisty, Julie Hardwick, Martin Lenton and Mark Havenhand

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