Liverpool Chamber secures host of new patrons
Liverpool Chamber of Commerce has recruited a number of well-known business names to become patrons of the organisation
Liverpool Chamber of Commerce has secured a number of new business patrons.
Wates, Rutherford Health, Liverpool Hope University, BT, Sutcliffe and RSM all join the chamber at top level – with a host of other big businesses also set to come on board in the second quarter of 2021.
Working with the chamber in its efforts to champion and guide the city region’s business community, Liverpool Hope University’s patronage will include helping to facilitate employer engagement and the employability of students, as it aims to inspire and engage the future generation of academics in the city.
The chamber’s patrons will help beat the drum for the city region business community as it overcomes the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and Brexit. In return they receive representation at chamber events, regular engagement on policy activity and features in all of the Chamber’s communications channels all on the agenda.
Paul Cherpeau, chief executive of Liverpool Chamber, said: “The strength of the chamber relies on the strength of its members and partners – and I’m thrilled to welcome our new patrons, partners and members into the chamber family.
“They each bring with them their own sector-specific expertise, and together I think we will do great things. They are all incredibly successful and ambitious businesses in their own right and fantastic ambassadors for the chamber and the city region.”