Code Blue and ME Consultancy set for KBC 2011 – Kirklees Business News @examiner

Code Blue and ME Consultancy set for KBC 2011 – Kirklees Business News in @examiner.

 

 

 

TWO communications companies have joined forces for this week’s Kirklees Business Conference.

Specialists in mobile communications, Code Blue Communications have partnered with landline/broadband providers ME Consultancy and will be exhibiting alongside each other at the day-long conference, which takes place on Thursday at Huddersfield’s Galpharm Stadium.

Regulars at the Huddersfield Town Enterprise Academy and the regional Yorkshire Mafia events, the two companies have spotted areas in which they can combine their resources rather than compete.

Mark Evans, managing director of ME Consultancy, said the link-up allowed both companies to offer a wider service, resulting in savings for both companies’ clients.

Russell Goldthorpe, of Code Blue Communications, said: “This event is an important part of our business calendar. We have a UK-wide customer base, but our headquarters is here in Huddersfield and we always enjoy the networking that KBC provide.”

Along with an exhibition, seminars and networking, Kirklees Business Conference will feature speakers including Huddersfield Town chairman Dean Hoyle, paralympic champion Simon Jackson, entrepreneur Kirsty Henshaw, Huddersfield University vice-chancellor Prof Bob Cryan and motivational speaker Nicky Pattinson.

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Posted on September 27, 2011, in SMileS Features/Articles and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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