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25 April, 2012 - 22:24 By Tony Quested

Deyton Bell launches Transatlantic Business Hub

Chris Parkhouse

Deyton Bell, the economic, commercial and business development specialists, has launched the Transatlantic Business Hub.

Building on the overwhelming success of the annual Transatlantic Business Forum, another key Deyton Bell initiative, the Transatlantic Business Hub aims to help organisations considering, exploring or developing transatlantic opportunities. Based at Deyton Bell’s Cambridge offices, the hub will offer a comprehensive range of support and services to organisations on both sides of the Atlantic.

It aims to provide information, advice and guidance, support and practical help, a comprehensive range of services, and connectivity to partners who are also able to assist with transatlantic issues.

A full range of strategic and tactical market development services will be available, and as the hub will by its very nature be at the centre of the fast moving world of transatlantic business, it will also seek to work in partnership with other organisations who may be able to bring added value to the initiative.

The launch of the new hub is the latest in a series of key moves from the Deyton Bell team that has been responsible for numerous transatlantic commercial, business development, export driven and inward investment related initiatives to date. It is particularly well known for the highly successful Transatlantic Business Forum it hosts annually and the other key transatlantic activities it supports.

Deyton Bell has already built numerous important bridges across the Atlantic. It has successfully developed relationships with national, federal, state, county, regional and city government agencies, regional business groups, key professional advisers and businesses across every part of the UK, US and Canada. Deyton Bell’s position has been further strengthened by inclusion on the panel of business service providers offered by the US Commercial Service to American organisations exploring UK opportunities, and on the list of service providers offered by the Canadian Trade Service to Canadian organisations exploring the UK.

Chris Parkhouse, managing director at Deyton Bell, said: “The launch of the Transatlantic Business Hub is great news and represents another milestone for Deyton Bell. We invite any organisation exploring or developing transatlantic issues and seeking information, advice, support and contacts to get in touch with us so we can explore how we can help.

“We’d also like to hear from organisations interested in working in partnership with ourselves as we develop the hub further. Opportunities are huge and the development of the Transatlantic Business Hub aims to stimulate, support and serve those involved with transatlantic commercial activity.”

• PHOTOGRAPH SHOWS: Chris Parkhouse, managing director of Deyton Bell

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