cofinitive has signed up to be a part of the new Championing Business programme launched by Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce.
The programme encourages all businesses across our region to become a Local Business Champion. The initiative is open to all businesses irrespective of size and whether they are a Chamber member or not.
Local Business Champions are representatives of any business in our region that want to be part of a community that drives activities for the benefit of the whole community, that want to play a part in the success of our local economy, and are committed to working collectively to promote and drive the economy forward.
As a business fully engaged in its community, we encourage all types and sizes of businesses across the region to engage more in their local area and contribute to its future. Now more than ever it is important for businesses to support one another, create new networks and swap ideas.
cofinitive founder Faye Holland, who is also chair to the Cambridge & South Cambs Chamber Committee, said
“It’s never been more essential for businesses to have a voice, so it is important for us to be seen as a Local Champion. The programme is fully inclusive and encourages businesses to come together to share their experiences and expertise, stay informed, and be able to access the right information at the right time. Having provided support to many businesses over the years it gives us another opportunity to create impact within the community and inspire growth.”
Every business has a contribution to make, and now is the time to help reshape how we progress in our local areas. It’s free, it’s inclusive, it’s about strengthening our local supply chains – what’s not to like! To sign visit the Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce website.