Public relations agency Effective Communication has become the latest business to be announced as one of Chambers Wales’ Corporate Partners.
The fully integrated communications agency has worked with Chambers Wales since 2017, supporting the leading business organisation with press releases, media opportunities, content creation and events.
Effective joins at a very exciting time, following the rebrand of the South and Mid Wales Chamber of Commerce to Chambers Wales, which recently unveiled a new logo and a renewed focus on supporting the changing needs of Welsh business.
As a Corporate Partner, Effective is amongst an exclusive group that shares a special relationship with the Chamber. The organisation collaborates closely with its Partners to provide resources to the Welsh business community and support economic growth.
As we look back on what has been an exciting week for Chambers Wales, we would like to thank our Corporate Partner @EffComPR for their support with the rebrand, new website and associated communications. 👏👏 pic.twitter.com/jvnlCHP7lL
— Chambers Wales (@chambers_wales) December 4, 2020
Founded in 2005, Effective has 15 years’ experience positioning, promoting and protecting businesses through marketing, PR and reputation management. Through this new partnership Effective will share their expertise and offer valuable resources to the Chamber’s members across Wales.
Alastair Milburn, Managing Director at Effective Communication, said: “Having enjoyed a brilliant relationship with Chambers Wales over the last few years, we look forward to providing further valuable services to their members.
“In a year of unprecedented change, it has never been more important for businesses to communicate with staff, customers, suppliers and stakeholders. This partnership will allow us to connect and engage with the Welsh business community at a crucial time.”
Heather Anstey-Myers, CEO of Chambers Wales, said: “We are delighted that Effective has become a Corporate Partner. Their specialist communications expertise, which we as an organisation have benefited from, will be an important resource and support for our members as we progress through the pandemic, face Brexit, and look towards recovery.”