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6 . Glasgow Business March/April 2013

Westfield Health enhances Chamber Plan

Healthcare Westfield Health has introduced two valuable new benefits to its Chamber Primary Health Plan, at no additional cost. The plan now includes an

expert second medical opinion service Best Doctors and Westfield Rewards, a new retail discount scheme. Best Doctors will enable

employees, their partners and dependent children to get an expert second medical opinion from a world-leading medical specialist on the diagnosis of a serious or worrying medical condition they have received from their local medical specialist. Westfield Rewards provides

access to discounts, special offers and cashback at more than 200 leading high street/online retailers including ASDA, House of Fraser, Marks and Spencer, Boots and B&Q, as well as travel companies such as lastminute. com and utility providers such as E.ON.

This plan is available to all members and provides cash back towards the cost of everyday healthcare such as dental treatment and eye care, physiotherapy and diagnostic consultations, as well as offering access to scanning facilities and counselling services.


Chamber scoops top award for magazine

lasgow Chamber of Commerce was in celebratory mood at the Institute of Internal Communication Scotland Awards recently, taking the title of Best

Redesign for its Glasgow Business magazine. Te bimonthly publication, which has a

circulation of 5,000 hard copy readers, as well as going out to an extensive online distribution list of 20,000, was recently redesigned by Glasgow communications company, Connect Communications. Taking place at a prestigious black tie dinner held

in Prestonfield House Hotel, Edinburgh, the awards ceremony recognised 26 individual categories, celebrating the talent, skills and achievements of communications professionals in Scotland across fives subspecialties which include printed publications, digital media and design. Open to any organisation across Scotland, the awards are run by the Institute of Internal Communication, the UK’s leading professional body for in-house, freelance and agency staff involved in internal communications. Glasgow Chamber of Commerce’s magazine was

up against Historic Scotland’s and the Wood Group’s publications, securing first place aſter being picked by

an independent panel of judges. Speaking about the awards victory, Stuart Patrick, Chief Executive, Glasgow Chamber of Commerce, said: “It is an excellent achievement and demonstrates the high quality of the magazine. Connect Communications have been a tremendous company to work with, bringing some great ideas to the table and being thoughtful about content and adding value to members, readers and advertisers alike. “As a chamber of commerce we pride ourselves on

providing our members with a high-quality product which not only looks great, but gives them access to a high standard of content which is relevant to the city’s business community.” Other winners on the evening were Glasgow

Housing Association, William Grant, Te Law Society of Scotland and the Royal Bank of Scotland. Connect Communications was awarded five

trophies in total, with employee James Cargill – who worked on Glasgow Business magazine – securing title of Designer of the Year. Te publication is issued six times a year to members, focusing on different themes within the broad topic of Glasgow’s economic make-up, promoting businesses within the city.

Stuart Patrick, Chief Executive, Glasgow Chamber of Commerce FIND OUT MORE...

For more information, visit chamber or call 0845 602 1629, between 8am and 6pm, Monday to Friday.

“We pride ourselves on providing our members with a high-quality product which not only looks great, but gives them access to a high standard of content which is relevant to the city’s business community”

» Glasgow Business is recognised with IOIC prize, as is its designer, Connect Communications, on a successful night

From left: Roy Carter, Regional Director Scotland, The Institute of Internal Communication; Gary Atkinson, Editorial Executive, Connect Communications; Anne Marie Hughes, Head of Communications, Glasgow Chamber of Commerce; James Cargill, Senior Designer, Connect Communications; and Sanderson Jones, Host

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