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more repeat customers. No of Employees: 1-5 Contact: Kevin Chan CEO


YDANCE Scottish Youth Dance Ltd The Briggait 141 Bridgegate Glasgow G1 5HZ Tel: 0141 552 7712 Fax: 0141 552 3418 Email: carolyn@ydance.org Web: www.ydance.org Scotland’s national youth organisation working to provide quality dance experiences across education, participation and talent development. No of Employees: 1-5 Contact: Carolyn Lappin Executive Director


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2012 BRUCE STEVENSON INSURANCE BROKERS 38-40 New City Road Glasgow G4 9JT Tel: 0141 353 3539 Fax: 0141 353 3888 Email: gordon.cameron@ brucestevenson.co.uk Web: www.brucestevenson.co.uk Insurance broker. No of Employees: 11-20 Contact: Gordon Cameron Account Executive


CRONER 162 Millhouse Drive Glasgow G20 0UF Tel: 0141 354 1563 Email: richard.stark @wolterskluwer.co.uk Web: www.cronersolutions.co.uk Provider of HR and health and safety guidance, providing businesses with the essential information, software and services you need to make decisions with confidence. No of Employees: 6-10 Contact: Richard Stark Business Manager


FAMILY ASSET PROTECTION COMPANY LTD 2 Fitzroy Place Glasgow G3 7RH Tel: 0844 824 8615


Email: david.watson@ familyassetprotection.co.uk Web: www.familyassetprotection. co.uk


Financial Services. No of Employees: 1-5 Contact: David Watson Managing Director


GLASGOW FILM THEATRE 12 Rose Street Glasgow G3 6RB Tel: 0141 352 8613 Email: liana.marletta@glasgowfilm.org Web: www.glasgowfilm.org Glasgow’s centre for lovers of film, GFT has been leading the way in specialised cinema for 36 years, from art house cinema to late night cult screenings and from classics back on the big screen to independent documentaries. No of Employees: 1-5 Contact: Liana Marletta Development Executive


PLAN BEE LTD Unit 20D Netherdale Park Netherdale Road Motherwell ML2 0ER Email: warren@planbeeltd.com Web: www.planbeeltd.com Company of urban farmers who champion biodiversity through partnership with business and local communities aiming to excite and engage people through food production, urban agriculture and ecological approaches to meeting our food and energy challenges. No of Employees: 1-5 Contact: Warren Bader Director


VALUES INTO ACTION SCOTLAND Unit 6 Evan Business Centre 68/74 Queen Elizabeth Avenue Glasgow G52 4NQ Tel: 0141 880 9055 Email: norma.curran@viascotland.org.uk Web: www.viascotland.org.uk Promoting rights, choice and control for people with learning difficulties and individuals on the autistic spectrum, we campaign, provide training and consultancy and conduct research. No of Employees: 1-5 Contact: Norma Curran Chief Executive


Platinum Partners and Partners for Glasgow


Our Platinum Partners/Partners for Glasgow initiative aims to create a strategic alliance with key organisations operating in the city and influence the business and political landscape in Glasgow and Scotland as a whole. A limited number of opportunities


are available to companies who wish to join this exclusive partnership with Glasgow Chamber. Companies who have become Glasgow Chamber of Commerce Platinum Partners include: Bank of Scotland, Glasgow Airport (BAA), Glasgow City Marketing Bureau, Land Securities, City of Glasgow College, St Enoch Centre, Hilton Glasgow, Nuffield Health - Glasgow Hospital, Siemens, City Building, Heineken, Glasgow School for Business and Society, Glasgow Caledonian University, Radio Clyde and Scottish Opera. Partners for Glasgow include: easyJet, WebEnergy, BDO LLP, BD Print, Dunning, Glasgow Taxis, Edrington, DWF Biggart Baillie and National Theatre of Scotland. Platinum Partnerships and


Partnerships for Glasgow are tailored to each company’s needs. For more information, please contact membership on tel: 0141 204 2121 or email: membership@ glasgowchamberofcommerce.com


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