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Patron set for USA drive


An industry-leading manufacturer and distributor of heated displays and food-to-go solutions has joined Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce (GBCC) and Greater Birmingham Transatlantic Chamber of Commerce as patrons. Flexeserve is a brand of The Alan Nuttall


Partnership, which has designed and manufactured merchandising display solutions for over 50 years. The Hinckley-based business exports its patented


units, that hot-hold food-to-go products, to major retailers across the globe, such as Pret A Manger, Amazon Go, M&S, BP and Circle K, as well independent outlets alike. Flexeserve has a track record in its products


improving retailers’ hot grab-and-go offering, reducing food waste and increasing profits.


‘Flexeserve is an innovative, dynamic, and forward-thinking business’


The firm joins 39 other GBCC patrons, the top tier


of the Chamber’s membership, which represents some of the region’s leading businesses. Jamie Joyce, chief executive of Flexeserve, said:


“Becoming a patron of The Greater Birmingham Transatlantic Chamber of Commerce, in particular, is a crucial part of our plan to increase our export sales in the North American food-to-go market. Having access to the right connections, audiences, markets and intelligence will be a key driver to achieving success in this important marketplace.


Welcome: Jamie Joyce (left) receives the Chamber Patronage certificate from Paul Faulkner


“It was instantly evident on meeting the team


from the Chamber that they would be able to do so much more than we realised to support us on this journey and help us deliver our bold strategy in such an important territory. ” Paul Faulkner, chief executive of GBCC, said: “We


are delighted to welcome Flexeserve on board as patrons of both Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce and Greater Birmingham Transatlantic Chamber of Commerce. “Flexeserve is an innovative, dynamic, and


forward-thinking business. We’re really pleased that the Chamber is able to support their future endeavours.”


Mazars move into


city centre office International accounting and advisory firm Mazars has become the latest global business to commit to Two Chamberlain Square at the heart of Paradise Birmingham. Mazars will take


11,728 sq ft of space across the first floor of the Glenn Howells Architects- designed building and is looking to relocate the 200- strong Birmingham team from existing offices in Church Street. Mazars is an internationally


integrated partnership, specialising in audit, accountancy, advisory, tax and legal services. It operates in 91 countries and territories around the world, drawing on the expertise of 40,400 professionals to assist clients of all sizes at every stage in their development. Mazars Birmingham office managing partner, Ian Holder (pictured), said: “Our new office in the city centre reinforces our commitment to remaining part of the fabric of the vibrant Birmingham business community, and underscores our confidence in the continued growth of the team for years to come.”


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