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Exeter Chamber of Commerce and Radio Exe announce partnership
Posted on: June 18th 2020

Exeter Chamber of Commerce has announced a two-year partnership with Radio Exe. The regional radio station has joined forces with the Chamber as a premium partner. The partnership will include increased profile for Radio Exe at Chamber events, and in the Chamber weekly news publication – a hub for timely business news in Greater Exeter.

Matt Roach, chair of Exeter Chamber, said: “The Chamber has worked closely with Radio Exe for many years. As one of the region’s leading media outlets, Radio Exe provides invaluable support for the area’s business community, championing local buying. We’re delighted to welcome them on board as we move forward.”

Paul Nero, managing director of Radio Exe said: “More than ever, it’s critical that local businesses support one another, and Exeter Chamber of Commerce is pivotal in shouting for business in the city and the wider travel-to-work area. As one of the few remaining independent broadcasters in the UK, Radio Exe supports local businesses too. Becoming a corporate sponsor of the Chamber is a natural fit for us.”

Exeter Chamber has been as active as ever during the lockdown, hosting weekly online Lockdown Shows with leading business experts tackling the issues many had never imagined dealing with. The Chamber continues to advocate for businesses both regionally and nationally, publishing research and insights on the coronavirus crisis from the local business community. It is also part of the Stronger Together taskforce which has seen representatives from key organisations across Greater Exeter come together to drive support for local businesses.  For more see:

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