Thu 18 / 04 / 19
New Chamber members: April 2019
By Richard Howard
A very warm welcome to all the businesses who have joined us in April!
A consultancy that helps charities to create major, long-term corporate partnerships.
A boutique consultancy that supports organisations going through change, operating at the intersection between strategy, culture and leadership.
Expert providers of verbatim realtime captioning onsite and remotely to your tablet or laptop.
Abastock specialise in using eCommerce to help small companies all over Europe to understand their online business and help them grow.
ActionCoach – Tom Hosking provides training and assists businesses and business owners with people, team and transition management.
House of Juba are a vibrant, modern Brighton based photographic and visual research agency whose focus are on fashion, beauty, travel, still life and advertising.
Networking Clout specialise in providing LinkedIn support services to make your business a LinkedIn success story.
The Soiree Rotary Club are a non-profit making organisation that helps charities and organisations financially, both locally and internationally.
Adaray Marketing produce blue chip development and marketing strategies for SME businesses.
Inkwave design influencer campaigns that deliver impact and real value for their clients. For every campaign, they develop a strategic approach that is bespoke to each brand.
As well as restoring Brighton's iconic West Pier, the West Pier Trust are also building the UK's first seaside learning centre.
GX signs offer in-house design services of an extensive range of signs, displays, clothing and products which customers can brand and design with their logos.
A Brighton based massage therapist.
Office Angels are the UK’s most recognised recruitment brand. They specialise in finding professionals for office roles across every sector and region.
London Sugaring Company are a Brighton based natural hair removal company.
A creative space for theatre, dance, circus and performance makers, located in the beautiful grade II listed St Mark's Chapel in East Brighton.
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