BT and Chambers Wales South East, South West and Mid have announced that they are continuing their digital partnership.
As a Corporate Partner of the Chamber, BT maintains its status as a member of an exclusive group that shares a special relationship with the Chamber, connecting with its members to provide support and resources to the Welsh business community.
BT is committed to supporting organisations to advance their digital transformation strategy in Wales through innovative technologies. The leading communication services company is keen to build collaborative partnerships to focus on harnessing digital technologies to deliver sustainable growth through responsible, inclusive and sustainable technology.
The Chamber shares its partner’s vision to reach wider audiences that enhances the understanding and accessibility of BT’s services throughout Wales, as well as nationally and internationally.
BT Group’s activities provided an estimated boost of £740m to the economy of Wales in 2022 and supported nearly 8,500 jobs in the nation. As a trusted service provider and advisor to private and public sector businesses across Wales, BT is at the forefront of driving technological change and innovation.
Paul Butterworth, CEO of Chambers Wales South East, South West and Mid, said:
“We are delighted to continue our partnership with BT, working with one of the world leaders in digital transformation and innovation.
“Our partnership underlines the value of collaborative working that builds better connectivity and initiatives into Welsh businesses that support the growth aspirations to stimulate the economy for tomorrow.”
Samantha Toombs, BT’s Business Leader for Devolved Government, Local Government and Higher Education, said:
“BT has worked successfully with the Chamber in Wales for a number of years, so we’re really pleased to be continuing this partnership.
“Chambers Wales South East, South West and Mid plays a vital role supporting and connecting businesses in Wales. Given BT Group’s role as a major employer and connector of businesses and organisations in Wales, we’re looking forward to continuing to work with the Chamber, particularly on the power of digital technology to help transform business and services.”
For further information about the Chamber and BT, visit https://cw-seswm.com/ and https://business.bt.com/public-sector/regions-wales/.