Chamber welcomes new partnership.
The Cardiff Business Partnership, made up of some of the biggest private sector companies in Cardiff, such as Admiral, Legal & General, Boomerang Plus and Western Mail publisher, Media Wales, was launched last week.
David Russ, managing director of the South Wales Chamber of Commerce, said: "This is a positive move for businesses in Cardiff and I will endeavour to set up a meeting with the Cardiff Business Partnership to see how we can work together moving forward into 2010.
"We currently represent over 100,000 employees and some of the biggest names in business across the whole of South Wales after taking over the Cardiff Chamber of Commerce at the end of last year and merging with the West Wales Chamber this year.
"Any links with other organisations similar to ours, no matter how large or small, will only increase awareness and help drive current issues affecting business. We are in the midst of coming out of a recession and businesses need all the support they can get."
SEEKING LINKS: David Russ
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|Publication:||Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales)|
|Date:||Dec 2, 2009|
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