TROY Group becomes 18th Suffolk Chamber patron
Based in Bury St Edmunds and central London, an award-winning specialist fit-out and refurbishment contractor has become the 18th Suffolk Chamber patron joining the likes of EDF Energy, BT and Newmarket Racecourses.
Since it was founded in 2011, TROY Group has built up a formidable reputation in the education, hotel, leisure, workplace and living sectors and names blue chip companies such as Costa Coffee and Travelodge among its client base.
Suffolk Chamber’s patron scheme is a strategic partnership between an organisation and the Chamber. It allows patrons to take advantage of Suffolk Chamber’s highly influential connections with business, media and political leaders throughout the county and beyond and so influence policy at a national level. Patrons also gain access to additional exclusive benefits beyond those available to other members.
Founder and managing director, Warren Troy explained the reasons behind the company becoming a Suffolk Chamber patron: “Even though we have a national reach, we are a proud Suffolk company. Being a patron of Suffolk Chamber allows us to be at the very heart of everything that makes our county such a great place to build growing businesses.”
John Dugmore, Suffolk Chamber’s chief executive, said: “TROY Group is a real Suffolk success story. Stylish, inventive and with an impeccable track record in delivering major refit projects for leading companies, we are delighted that they have become a patron.”