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Welcome to the regular


column of the KINGSBRIDGE & SALCOMBE Chamber of Commerce and Business Club...


Busy... Busy... I


t’s been a busy month here at the KSCC. We’re in the process of updating our website and we’ve been organising retailer focused evenings in


both Kingsbridge and Salcombe. On top of this, we’re arranging a calendar of training events as well as some morning sessions that will focus on work/ life balance and motivation. We recently spent a very enjoyable morning at the South Sands Hotel where Alison Theaker of The Spark spent some time talking with a group of 20 members about Selling without Selling - we’d like to thank both Alison and the South Sands Hotel for providing us with a great session at a superb location (and the pastries are worth a mention too!) We look forward to working with them again soon. As I write, we’re gearing up for a busy Business Club meeting at Cliff House, Salcombe on Thursday 23rd March. Once again we’ve got a number of speakers covering a whole variety of topics from business rates to boating. Following the event, we’ll be making our way over to the multi award winning Victoria Inn to continue the networking over a well earned glass of wine and a meal from the special menu provided for the evening. These events are always relaxed and as entertaining as they are engaging. From our perspective, there’s really nothing better than being able to connect local businesses to other businesses and parties who can then form a mutually beneficial relationship. In other news, our AGM is fast approaching. If you


haven’t been to one of our AGMs you really need to come along; there’s a good reason that this is one of our most popular events! Full details next issue. In the meantime, for more information regarding the KSCC and how you can become involved, please email info@kingsbridge-salcombe-chamber.co.uk.


About the Chamber The Chamber provides a forum to support businesses in the Kingsbridge, Salcombe and surrounding area. It serves the whole range of businesses in the area including manufacture and construction, IT, food and farming, tourism and retail services. The Chamber acts as an important voice for businesses in the area. It also aims to help increase business productivity and competitiveness, and to provide a valuable source of business information. Why not see if your business could benefit?


Benefits & Services to Members As a member of Kingsbridge and Salcombe Chamber you can take advantage of the following benefits and services: Representation The Chamber provides a strong voice in representing the in- terests of businesses in the area. Let us know if you have any concerns on matters which affect your business or on issues which can improve your business. The Chamber will always maintain an independent non-political stance. Business Club


Business Club gatherings are at the core of the Chamber’s activities. Meetings are arranged on a bi-monthly basis with short inputs from successful local business and other speakers. These meetings provide an opportunity to learn about new developments, to share good practice and to get to know your ‘neighbours’. Business Information & Signposting The Chamber has good links with many business support organizations in the region including Business Link, Enter- prise South Devon and SHDC Economy & Europe Service. If you need information or advice we will undertake to put you in touch with someone who can help.


www.kingsbridge-salcombe-chamber.co.uk


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