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Sutton Coldfield Sutton Coldfield


Chamber of Commerce


Sutton Coldfield Chamber Patrons


CONTACT: Julia Gray T: 0845 603 6650


‘Business in a box’ to help new companies


The founder of Meta4 Business Coaching has joined forces with other local businesses to launch a new product which has been dubbed ‘a business in a box’. Sutton Coldfield Chamber vice-president Clare Whalley (pictured) is


launching Utopia +, a business coaching programme to help prospective business owners get all aspects of their business on track from the outset. The package is available to start-ups and more established firms


who are looking to work with a coach and a team of specialists to develop their website and content, social media messages, branding and marketing materials. Partnering with a number of experts, Claire has


developed a 12-month programme to help clients turn ideas into fully functioning businesses. To celebrate the launch of Utopia +, Clare is


New president Katie Hale and outgoing president Nigel Waldron


Dedicated Katie to lead fast growing Sutton


The Sutton Coldfield Chamber of Commerce has named its new president and vice-presidents. Katie Hale - a marketing and


business development consultant whose clients include recruiters Katie Bard and branding agency PLOTT Creative – is the new president. Katie has been part of the Sutton


Coldfield Chamber’s executive committee since its inception in 2015 and became the organisation’s first vice president in February 2017. She replaces Nigel Waldron who will move into the role of honorary chairman. The new vice-presidents are


Clare Whalley, business coach and founder of Meta4 Coaching & Training Solutions, and Councillor Alex Yip, Birmingham District Councillor for Sutton New Hall Ward. Katie said: “I’m very honoured to


be voted in as the new president for the Sutton Coldfield Chamber of Commerce. The Sutton Coldfield Chamber is the fastest growing regional Chamber in the Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce group, which proves there is a real vibrancy among the town’s business community.


“There is still a lot for us to


achieve but by continuing to help local businesses connect, support and grow we can play our part in making Sutton Coldfield a better place to work, live and visit. “Working alongside Julia Gray,


the head of the Sutton Chamber, and the executive committee, I am dedicated to growing the Chamber and demonstrating to local businesses the value of joining us. “I would like to pay huge thanks


to Nigel Waldron for his hard work and dedication in helping establish the Sutton Chamber over the past three years and we look forward to his continued input in the role of honorary chairman.” Nigel Waldron: “I feel privileged


to be asked to be the first honorary chairman of the Sutton Chamber and at the same time I’m equally pleased that Katie is taking on the role of the president. I’ve worked with Katie for some time now and have been impressed by her enthusiasm and willingness to support both the local community and businesses. “She’s been a valuable asset to


the Chamber since its inception and I’m sure she will continue to drive it forward over the coming years.”


May 2018 CHAMBERLINK 43


offering a complimentary personal and business development book per month to accompany the coaching programme.


To book a free strategy session to gain clarity and direction for your business visit: www.meta4coaching.co.uk


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