Wirral Business News Issue Fourteen - Page 10

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Wirral Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce a partnership with Inspired Energy plc, joining as a new Patron Partner.

Inspired Energy plc is one of the UK’s leading energy consultancies, working with corporate and SME businesses to optimise the value of every pound spent on utilities. This is achieved through a range of specialist solutions aimed at lowering bills and protecting businesses against rising energy costs and changes in legislation.

The partnership with Wirral Chamber of Commerce reflects Inspired Energy’s strong, ongoing commitment of helping Chamber members across the UK access a range of services to help them lower their utilities bills and reduce energy usage.

Ben Beetham, Head of Partnerships at Inspired Energy plc, said: “We’re delighted to welcome the Wirral Chamber of Commerce as a new

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partner. The

Chamber plays

a pivotal role in the

growth and

development of

Wirral’s economy,

driving business

growth and

competitiveness

on both a local and international scale. We will deliver a range of energy services which will help Wirral Chamber members solve a range of utility cost and carbon challenges.”

Paula Basnett, CEO of Wirral Chamber of Commerce commented, “Wirral Chamber of Commerce is always seeking to work with those organisations which can and will deliver benefits offering advantages for our membership and the wider business community."

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Last month, the Government announced that it was increasing its planning for a “no deal” Brexit. With this in mind, the Government’s Cities and Local Growth Unit is seeking insights from businesses about their views on Brexit, what impact it may have and what preparation they have been making.

We are therefore encouraging businesses in the Liverpool City Region to provide their insights via this Brexit Survey.

The survey should take no longer than 15 minutes to complete. It is an opportunity for businesses to feedback their thoughts to the Government via a cross-party unit comprising the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government and the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.

Further information on how to prepare for a potential "no deal" Brexit can be found on the gov.uk website, with any new guidance and assets to be published in a dedicated Brexit section.

TAKE THE SURVEY

LEP SEEKS YOUR VIEWS ON BREXIT

Further information on how to prepare for a potential "no deal" Brexit can be found on the gov.uk website, with any new guidance and assets to be published in a dedicated Brexit section.

Wirral Chamber welcomes new Patron Partner Inspired Energy plc

TAKE THE BREXT SURVEY