Jordan Rhoda, Membership and Business Growth Manager at Liverpool Chamber, is delighted to welcome James Parker to the team in the role of Business Engagement Officer, strengthening the Chamber’s ability to deliver high quality support to their base of over 600 member companies. Jordan explained: “Liverpool Chamber of Commerce has been the authentic voice of business in Liverpool since 1850, connecting businesses to enable them to thrive together. The Chamber’s work covers five key areas: business support, policy and advocacy, networking, international trade and membership – which overlap as we join the dots for businesses in our network. Our mission is to add value to every one of our members. We support you, helping you connect and thrive so that your business prospers, creating jobs and prosperity for Liverpool.
“As the economy has reopened over the past year, it has been a true privilege to be able to once again meet with businesses face-to-face. Since then, I have seen the business community abuzz with energy for the reopening. Hospitality partners have welcomed back customers, charities have been able to relaunch fundraising initiatives, and growing businesses have been allowed to flourish once more. We have been really excited to welcome a range of new members to Liverpool Chamber in the past year, along with a raft of organisations who choose to join as executive level members, either as a Patron or Strategic Partner.
“Becoming a Patron of Liverpool Chamber positions an organisation as a key supporter, contributor and ambassador of not only Liverpool Chamber, but also the wider Liverpool City Region. We also work closely with our Strategic Partners to ensure that the companies have representation at our most prominent events, engage with us on policy activity and are featured in all of our communication channels. They also help to shape the Chamber’s voice with industry specialism and thought leadership.”
James added: “Since joining Liverpool Chamber I have been overwhelmed by the sheer volume of growing businesses operating across Liverpool and Sefton. Our Innovation in Business Awards welcomed over 450 guests to the stunning World Museum Liverpool, and was a true celebration of our incredible business community. We have an extensive events calendar for 2023 to allow us to offer even more support to our members, connecting them with like-minded and supportive colleagues. I can’t wait to meet more of you in person so please do get in touch to arrange a coffee and discuss how we can best support your business in 2023.”
If you would like to discuss how membership, Strategic Partnership or Patronage to Liverpool Chamber can support your business or charity, please contact Jordan or James via: