Lancashire’s largest business support organisation, the NWL Chamber of Commerce, has welcomed print, design, marketing and workwear company, Mina Print, as their newest Patron Members.
Headquartered in Blackpool, but servicing clients across the UK, the firm has committed to working with the Chamber to offer fellow members their expertise and efficiency.
The organisation has quickly grown to become one of the most respected in their field, through first-class customer service, and unrivaled product range.
Managing Director – Jake Adams, said of the partnership: “I am delighted that we have joined NWL Chamber of Commerce’s Patron family. This is a huge achievement for our business as we look to expand throughout the region. Being able to tap into the resources of the Chamber, and establish relationships with the wealth of businesses throughout the membership, will help bolster our expansion plans. I would like to thank Babs and the NWL Chamber of Commerce for their support and guidance since our business first joined in 2016”.
The Chamber’s Patron membership offers a select number of quality organisations a platform to promote their commitment to the region’s business community through offering outstanding services and customer care.
Patron membership is the most strategic and influential partnership the Chamber offers and is limited to just a handful of selected organisations, in non-competing sectors.
Babs Murphy, Chief Executive of the North & Western Lancashire Chamber of Commerce commented: “Mina Print are a well-respected business and active member of the Chamber. We are delighted that Jake has chosen to become a Patron member.
“Jake was the first ever winner of the BIBAs ‘Most Inspiring Young Person’ award, back in 2016; it’s been a pleasure to see his business grow and develop in recent years”.
The Chamber represents its 1,600 members, from its offices based in Preston and Blackpool, on a wide range of issues, including red tape, transport, legislation, finance, and international trade. Moreover, the Chamber plays a key partnership role in Government regeneration initiatives for the benefit of businesses in our region.
Babs added: “Each Patron has committed financially to the Chamber, above the cost of the standard annual membership subscription. The Chamber depends upon the support and goodwill of our members, sponsors, and Patrons, to support our tireless work on behalf of all businesses located in our area.
“I would like to thank Jake and the team at Mina Print for putting something back into the local business economy through Patron membership and look forward to building on an already strong relationship”.
Chamber members are being urged to engage with Mina Print to enhance their printed, digital, and workwear presence.