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46 . Glasgow Business March/April 2013


Businesses recently joining the Chamber can take advantage of an impressive array of benefits – as can current members

NEW MEMBER Glasgow Film Theatre

Benefits online


ASA RECRUITMENT 159 Bath Street Glasgow G2 4SQ Tel: 0141 221 4166 Fax: 0141 221 3499 Email: Web: Recruitment organisation, trading since 1970, with offices in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Kirkcaldy and Aberdeen, providing a diverse range of services through specialist divisions such as accountancy, construction & building and commercial. No of Employees: 11-20 Contact: Tessa Huntley Events and Marketing Co-ordinator

The big picture T

he diversity of the business base in Glasgow and West Central Scotland is well represented in the membership of Glasgow

Chamber of Commerce. We are delighted to further both the

diversity and strength of the membership base by giving a particular welcome to two very different kinds of businesses. Glasgow Film Teatre, a key component of

the city’s arts and entertainment base, has joined Glasgow Chamber. From offering the classics of world cinema and contemporary art house movies to hosting the best of Scotish, international and Hollywood movies, the GFT is a much loved city institution. We also welcome Bruce Stevenson, one of

the largest independent insurance brokers in Scotland. Founded in 1981, Bruce Stevenson is owner managed and still commited to the traditional customer service foundations on which they were established. Tey will join the existing member base in

“The new members add

further to the impressive roster of members”

receiving access to the broad range of opportunities, services and events which Glasgow Chamber provides. Richard Muir, Deputy Chief Executive

of Glasgow Chamber of Commerce, said: “We are delighted to welcome these latest additions to the Chamber community. “Te new members add further to the

impressive roster of members and to the combined strength that Glasgow Chamber can offer in campaigning for our members’ interests and improving the economy of the West of Scotland. “We have exciting plans for the

membership this year and we are delighted that more and more businesses can benefit.” Members of Glasgow Chamber of

Commerce receive a range of benefits including 24/7 legal advice, discounted corporate rates from Hilton Glasgow Hotel, meter management and data collection from Siemens and a complimentary creative package for advertising on Radio Clyde.


For further details on Glasgow Chamber of Commerce news, events, training programmes and all the benefits of membership visit

HARROW GREEN Units 3 & 4 Kinning Parkway Industrial Estate 47 MacLellan Street Glasgow G41 1RR Tel: 0141 419 7070 Fax: 0141 429 9994 Email: Web: Commercial removals and IT relocation services, storage, records management, office interior design, fit out and furniture supply. No of Employees: 6-10 Contact: Steven Hall Commercial Relocation Consultant

MCKNIGHT FINANCIAL 5th Floor Moncrieff House 69 West Nile Street Glasgow G1 2LT Tel: 0844 573 2550 Fax: 0844 573 2549 Email: graham@mcknightfinancial. Web: Independent financial adviser. No of Employees: 1-5 Contact: Graham McKnight Director

SLEEK MEDIA LTD Suite 1007 Aviation House Prestwick International Airport Ayrshire KA9 2PL Tel: 01292 286246 Email: Web: Marketing and design agency with services including website design, proven e-commerce websites, video and photography, logo design, social media, blogging, marketing materials and mobile apps. No of Employees: 1-5 Contact: David Wilkinson Managing Director

SMARTLOYAL LTD Thomson Building Glasgow University Avenue Glasgow G12 8QQ Tel: 07711 541158 Email: Web: Supporting local businesses to attract

Photograph courtesy of: David Grinly

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