Thu 30th Jul 2015
Driving ahead with a new corporate partnership
Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NI Chamber) is delighted to announce Belfast’s Agnew Corporate as its newest patron.
Having been in the Northern Ireland marketplace since 1995, Agnew Corporate provides a dedicated service to people who use cars for business purposes throughout the United Kingdom. The division forms part of the Agnew Group of companies which has been an established part of Northern Ireland’s motor industry.
Agnew Corporate’s patronage is expected to further bolster its brand exposure amongst the business community in Northern Ireland, whilst underlining NI Chamber’s commitment to the advancement of business and enterprise in the region.
At present the Boucher Way based company employee 33 people and is part of the Agnew Group that employee 979 staff overall, this includes 14 dealerships, Agnew Repair Centre, Agnew Trade Centre and Trade Parts Specialists.
Welcoming the company’s patronage, Ann McGregor, Chief Executive at NI Chamber said:
“We are delighted that Agnew Corporate recognises the valuable brand exposure that patronage status of NI Chamber brings and we are looking forward to assisting Agnew Corporate in communicating their first-class services to all SMEs in Northern Ireland and linking them to further opportunities in their specialised area of work.”
Commenting on the patronage, Graham Thompson, General Manager at Agnew Corporate said:
“Becoming a patron of Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry underlines our commitment to businesses in the region. We already work closely with a large number of Northern Ireland businesses, building partnerships to help businesses change, develop and ultimately drive down their fleet costs. It’s appropriate that we should consolidate our achievements, and our brand, by becoming a patron of Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry.”
The NI Chamber patronage scheme provides a tailor made benefits package to leading companies in Northern Ireland, offering major profile raising opportunities and the opportunity to access and network with politicians and their advisers.
The patronage scheme is limited to 12 companies, which sees Agnew Corporate join current NI Chamber patrons Caterpillar; Danske Bank; fonaCAB; Grafton Recruitment; Investec Wealth and Investment; Moy Park; Pinsent Mason; Power NI; TR Logistics Group; Ulster Bank and the Ulster University Business School.