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Suffolk Chamber invests further in its west Suffolk operation

Suffolk Chamber invests further in its west Suffolk operation

The leading voice of business across the county has increased its support for member organisations in the west of Suffolk by appointing a new events and membership co-ordinator. 

Kayleigh Streeton joins Suffolk Chamber of Commerce with a brief to support and develop the dozens of networking and speaker events it runs in the Haverhill & District and Newmarket & District areas, as well as supporting new and current members in the area. 

Whilst studying for her degree in Event Management at University of Suffolk, Kayleigh took advantage of a number of opportunities to gain experience at Suffolk Chamber, including unpaid work experience and a spell as an intern. 

Amanda Ankin, head of chamber services at Suffolk Chamber welcomed Kayleigh’s appointment “we are a member-led organisation and the recent growth in our representation across the west of the county meant that we could show our commitment to these members by expanding our team and, after a very competitive process, recruiting Kayleigh. We’re delighted that she has joined us as she combines both a knowledge of our values and how we work and a real enthusiasm for the role.” 

Kayleigh added “it’s great to be back. Suffolk Chamber continues to grow and grow and its increasingly diverse support for the local business community means the organisation is more relevant than ever before.”

Article by Suffolk Chamber