Spreckley recently opened a satellite office in Stirling, Scotland, and has joined the Chamber to further capitalise on regional growth.
The Chamber, which accounts for the central regions of Clackmannanshire, Falkirk and Stirling, provides its members with products and services, including networking events and warm-lead introductions, to help grow their businesses. It currently has 220 listed members from a wide range of industries.
Nick Bird, account director at Spreckley Scotland, said: “Scotland’s tech scene is really thriving with cities like Edinburgh and Glasgow leading the way. While they remain critical hubs for our growth plans, it’s equally important we are able to stay plugged into our own local region within Scotland.
“The Forth Valley is home to an ever-growing selection of exciting businesses doing some really innovative things. Being part of the Chamber not only provides that inroad for making those connections more freely, but also reinforces our own commitment to the region as we are able to provide the necessary comms support that enable those businesses to showcase their expertise. We see this as the start of what we hope is a very rewarding relationship.”
Michelle McKearnon, CEO of the Forth Valley Chamber of Commerce, added: “The Forth Valley really is a fantastic place to be doing business at present. We are seeing a huge amount of growth, which is being driven by a culture of world class innovation among industries such as technology, sport, financial services and construction. This is inspired by an increasing number of pioneering companies, a progressive University and access to talented workforce.
“Having Spreckley join the Chamber just reaffirms that message as we both share the same goals of bringing continual investment and growth to the region.”