South Yorkshire law firm joins Barnsley & Rotherham Chamber of Commerce

South Yorkshire law firm joins Barnsley & Rotherham Chamber of Commerce

15:12 10 January in Chamber News, Member News

South Yorkshire solicitors Wake Smith has joined a regional business community to further its work and voice across the region.

The established law firm, which has served businesses and individuals in the region since 1802, has become the latest company to sign up as a platinum member of Barnsley & Rotherham Chamber of Commerce.

Wake Smith hopes to collaborate with the Chamber and its members on a range of initiatives targeting the area’s diverse business community and helping the organisation in its role as the voice of local business.

John Baddeley, head of the corporate team at Wake Smith Solicitors, said: “As well as making, and reinforcing important business connections, we will be looking to further increase our profile in the region, meet new contacts and increase the number of commercial partnership opportunities for our business.

“Our legal services fit perfectly with many existing chamber members including advice around corporate, banking and finance, employment, commercial property, business litigation and data protection as well as individual needs such as family law, wills and trusts and conveyancing.”

The Wake Smith team is also looking forward to working with the chamber team, including Membership Executive Rachel Nunn, Membership Manager Lynne Urpeth and Chief Executive Carrie Sudbury to make important business introductions and make the most of opportunities including attending networking events and seminars, using Chamber services and accessing directories and databases.

Lynne Urpeth, Membership Manager at Barnsley & Rotherham Chamber of Commerce, said: “We are delighted to welcome Wake Smith to our Platinum level membership which forms part of over 1,100 active members. Wake Smith is joining a Chamber which operates in the heart of the Barnsley, Rotherham and South Yorkshire region.

“Our business community is diverse and we collaborate with our members on all levels to act as the voice of local business right up to the heart of government, to campaign for positive change and action on their behalf. We look forward to working with the team at Wake Smith this year.”

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Kieran Bridges
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