Today Wiltshire start-ups can win a year’s free membership with Swindon Chamber

By Anita Jaynes on September 09, 2015

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Today as part of The Business Exchange’s Start-up September initiative new businesses in Wiltshire can win an a year’s free membership with Swindon Chamber of Commerce. The competition is open to all new businesses in the county with 1-4 employees.

Swindon Chamber of Commerce is run by Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce which incorporates Buckinghamshire, Bracknell, Oxfordshire, Reading, Slough and Wokingham.

The Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce Group works with businesses to help them achieve their full business potential. They do this by offering members a range of services including business advice, networking events, training and international trade support.

They are one of the largest Chambers accredited by the British Chambers of Commerce in the UK, and are the only accredited Chamber in the region. They are recognised as the leading voice of business, representing micro to major multinational organisations; and a ‘Centre for Excellence’ providing international trade services and global representation; committed to long-term relationships with members and providing them with relevant, value added services that help, support and protect regional, national and international business.

Today’s competition is open to all businesses that have started out in the last two years and are based in Wiltshire. To enter please follow us on Twitter @tbesw and tweet us with the hashtag #Iwanttowin. All participants will be entered into the daily draw pulled at 8pm.

Each day of September start-ups in the county also have the opportunity to win a copy of ‘The Startup Coach’ book by Carl Reader. To enter the daily draw for this follow us on Twitter @tbesw and tweet us with the hashtag #Iwanttowin @carlreader.

All participants will be entered into the daily draw pulled at 8pm.

To find out more about Swindon Chamber call  01753 870500 or visit: www.thamesvalleychamber.co.uk

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