Thursday, 21 October 2010
Elite Ayrshire Business Circle chairman comments on Government Spending Review
Reacting to the Government Spending Review, Frazer Coogans Commercial Solicitors senior partner and Elite Ayrshire Business Circle executive chairman Norman Geddes (pictured above) said today:
“In these challenging economic times, local companies can best continue to prosper if they band together and mutually promote the excellence of the Ayrshire brand.
“The groundbreaking and cutting edge publicity services that the Elite Ayrshire Business Circle provides to its members ensures that their products and services attain the highest possible visibility across the globe, as our websites attract visitors from practically every country in the world.
“We would urge as many companies as possible who are not yet members of the Elite Ayrshire Business Circle to join us at the earliest opportunity, so that together we can work through this time of austerity, and take maximum advantage of the economic upturn as soon as it arrives.”
THE ELITE AYRSHIRE BUSINESS CIRCLE
The Elite Ayrshire Business Circle is an association founded in 2007 by some of the top companies in Ayrshire.
Its purpose is to publicise its members, and to celebrate and promote the wealth and rich diversity of entrepreneurial talent and business excellence that abounds here within the county boundaries of Ayrshire.
Members include the Clydesdale Bank, Ayr Racecourse, Western House Hotel and South Ayrshire Council, and member company activities include broadcasting, building and construction, architectural practice, estate agency and land management, chartered accountancy, insurance broking, legal services, golf club management, marketing services and brand creation, web design and public relations consultancy.
For further information about The Elite Ayrshire Business Circle and to apply for membership, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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