Sutton Coldfield College welcomes Sutton Chamber
Sutton Coldfield Chamber of Commerce’s new office base at Sutton Coldfield College has officially opened and welcomed its first guests. Trinity Ward Councillor, Ewan Mackey joined Chamber and College staff in The Moat House building on Lichfield Road to mark the office opening.
Principal, Andrew Cleaves said: “We welcome all opportunities for businesses to collaborate and champion their communities. Providing this office to the Chamber is an excellent way for us to demonstrate the importance of education and business working side by side as well as share ideas and information about the area.”
Julia Gray, head of the Sutton Coldfield Chamber of Commerce added: “This new office is an additional base from which we can promote local business achievements and provide support.”
The College’s sales team are also based in The Moat House and have recently partnered with recruitment agency, Aspire People, Jackson Calvert Chartered Accountants and law firm, Sutton & Co Solicitors.