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54 . Glasgow Business September/October 2013


New members take advantage of the knowledge joining the Chamber has to offer

NEW MEMBER Sapporo Teppanyaki

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MAY 2013

ALGIZ LTD 9 Fitzroy Place Glasgow G3 7RH Tel: 0141 221 2233 Email: Web: Design, marketing and digital media No of employees: 1–5 Contact: Debra Murphy Managing Director


301 Harbour Terraces Glasgow G11 6BP Tel: 0141 342 4412 Fax: 0141 342 4401 Email: admin@ Web: We produce a range of independent psychiatric reports for the legal profession. Our doctors are all section 22 approved and have a wealth of experience, so quality is assured. No of Employees: 1–5 Contact: Lauren Whitters Business Development Executive

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he strength and range of Glasgow’s business community is well represented in Glasgow Chamber of Commerce. We are delighted to further that diversity with the welcome

of two very different kinds of businesses. Pinsent Masons is a leading commercial law firm

with an international reach and an innovative approach to servicing its clients. Te Scotish arm of the firm, which has its

Glasgow office at 141 Bothwell Street, is a merger of the previous Pinsent Masons together with the former McGrigors. Pinsent Masons has particular strengths in

specialist sectors including advanced manufacturing and technology, energy and natural resources, financial services and infrastructure. It also has expertise in core industries and markets

including retail, sport, hotels, gambling, public sector, real estate, housing, life sciences and universities and higher education. A unique facet of Pinsent Mason’s service is its

daily legal news and guidance service which provides reports and comment on legal developments in the areas served by Pinsent Masons. We also welcome Sapporo Teppanyaki Restaurant

Glasgow, the Japanese restaurant at 2-6 Ingram Street in the Merchant City.

restaurant’s chefs in front of the diners, so the experience is aimed to be as much entertainment as culinary treat. It aims to use only the freshest ingredients

prepared by the sushi chefs or cooked on an iron griddle which is the signature teppanyaki cuisine. Sapporo Teppanyaki caters particularly for

groups, for a special occasion or business outings. Te restaurant is offering Christmas meals Sapporo

style for those who want something a litle different for their Christmas lunch or dinner this year. Richard Muir, Deputy Chief Executive of

Glasgow Chamber of Commerce, said: “We are delighted to welcome these latest additions to the Glasgow Chamber community. One of the strengths of Glasgow Chamber is the range of types of business that are members, offering plenty of opportunities for member businesses to do business with or collaborate with each other for the benefit of all.”


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Te restaurant offers Japanese food cooked by the

RUSSIAN CENTRE IN SCOTLAND (HAVEN) 11 Duke Street Glasgow G4 0UL Tel: 0141 552 2144 Email: Web: The main objectives of the Centre are to create a lasting friendship between Russia and Scotland and to support educational and research programmes. The Centre provides consultations in law, finance and other aspects of work and business in Russia and Britain. No of Employees: 6–10 Contact: Roman Moroz Project Manager

SAPPORO TEPPANYAKI 2–6 Ingram Street Merchant City Glasgow G1 1HA Tel: 0141 553 4060 Fax: 0141 553 4066 Email: Web: Exciting Japanese food that everyone will love – more than a great place to eat. It’s an experience you’ll never forget. No of Employees: 11–20 Contact: June Lake Business Development Executive

UBIQUITOUS LIMITED 4th Floor Eastgate House 16–19 Eastcastle Street London W1W 8DA Tel: 0207 291 3700 Email: Web: National taxi advertising contractor. No of Employees: 1–5 Contact: Micky Harris Director

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