The Cornwall Chamber of Commerce has revealed the business partners who will join them in their quest to drive Cornwall forward.
The eight businesses renewing their relationship with the organisation and three new patrons were introduced during the Chamber’s latest monthly Big Breakfast networking meeting at the Penventon Hotel in Redruth recently.
Cornwall Chamber chief executive, Kim Conchie, said: “The mix of Business Partners, as they are now called, is beginning to accurately reflect the spread of world class organisations we have in Cornwall.
“As leading members of Cornwall’s business community we are enthused to be working with such eminent Partners.”
Mr Conchie added: “The partners are all key players in the Cornish economy and share a desire in seeing Cornwall prosper.
“Their financial contribution helps to maintain the Chamber’s independence and their involvement adds value to the Chamber’s activities and its weight as the “voice of business”.
The Chamber’s partners are: Truro and Penwith College, St Austell Printing Company, Business Cornwall magazine, Plymouth University, Ginsters, Pirate FM, Penventon Park Hotel and WorldWide Financial Planning , all renewed their partnership, while the Chamber also welcomed four new supporters - Bishops Fleming, Leading Women, South West Investment Group and Newquay Airport.