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New Chapter for Belfast Chamber

Rajesh Rana, President of Belfast Chamber of Trade & Commerce

Leading business organisation, Belfast Chamber of Trade and Commerce has moved to new offices in Glandore Business Centre at Arthur House, Belfast.

Rajesh Rana, President of Belfast Chamber of Trade & Commerce said: “We are very excited about the move to Glandore. After sharing space with Belfast City Centre Management for over 17 years we see it as a strategic decision to position Belfast Chamber in the heart of the business community.

“The move will allow us to stand as a fully independent organisation with a clear mandate to lobby on behalf of its members on a very broad range of issues affecting business and trade in the city for the good of the entire economy.”

“Over the past twelve months, Belfast Chamber has undergone a lot of change which was necessary to ensure relevance of all organisations, and we are now ready for the next exciting chapter. We are now a limited company and employ our own team directly who will be housed in our new offices to establish the beginning of our future.”

Glandore is located on Arthur Street in the city and offers companies and individuals the flexibility and scalability to grow, with virtual offices, co-working space, private offices, meeting rooms, event space and an exclusive members network.

Rajesh continued: “Our new offices in the heart of the city are vibrant, central and offer us independence as the largest independent, private forum in the city representing a plethora of industries.

“Belfast has so many exciting projects planned over the next few years, the city is changing, and these are exciting times for all of us who work and live here.

“Similarly, Belfast Chamber has also many of its own exciting plans for the years ahead and we want to attract new members who are passionate about making our city a better place to work, live and socialise in.

“We are also in the process of refreshing and re-positioning our own brand identity to ensure that it stands out from the crowd and attracts further membership.”

Rajesh concluded by saying: “Belfast Chamber has a great history and a great future, and I am immensely proud to stand as President to bring us into the next Chapter. I welcome any business person, whether they are a current member or simply interested in finding out more about what we do, to call into our new offices to meet with the team.”

 Clare Kelly, Director of Glandore commented: “We’re delighted to welcome the Belfast Chamber of Trade and Commerce to Glandore during what is a truly exciting time for this city.

“We have been in business in Belfast for over 12 years, providing flexible workspace and connections for companies to start and scale their operations in Belfast.

Clare concluded: “We are very pleased to support Chamber President Rajesh Rana and the Belfast Chamber in the important work that they do, as they too aim to support local companies in Belfast, while enabling them to achieve their growth ambitions.”

Belfast Chamber of Trade and Commerce is made up of businessmen and women from a full range of commercial enterprises from retailers to hoteliers, solicitors to estate agents, property developers to media, tech companies to transport providers and aims to deal with a wide range of issues affecting trade and commerce in Belfast.

For further information working with or joining Belfast Chamber of Trade and Commerce, please log on to: www.belfastchamber.com or call Martina Connolly on 028 9033 1399 or call in to Arthur House, Suite 406, 41 Arthur Street, Belfast, BT1 4GB to speak with one of the team.

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