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South West Growth Service partner with leading law firm Tozers
Posted on: November 20th 2020
Section: Member news

South West Growth Service has signed a partnership agreement with leading South West law firm, Tozers.  The relationship will provide the opportunity for mutual client referrals and business support initiatives for South West SMEs.  Established in 1785, Tozers have offices in Exeter, Teignmouth and Newton Abbot providing a comprehensive legal service across the business landscape. Tozers has 26 partners and they are national specialists in a range of sectors, including charities, social enterprises and holiday parks.

“We are really excited by the prospect of working with Tozers who have all the capabilities our clients are looking for”, said South West Growth Service Founding Director, Katharine Bourke,  “We were looking for a partner who could provide top level technical support to our clients and contacts but, as importantly, would also show real empathy with our client base. Our business and charity clients need support through all phases of their development whether business formation, rapid growth, reorganisation, acquisition, or exit – Tozers are well placed to provide this support.”

Alex Mackie, Commercial Director of Tozers, said “We jumped at the opportunity to continue building our business networks by partnering with South West Growth Service.  We like what they do with their consultancy, coaching and training expertise but also their engagement with a wide range of relationships across the South West.  We look forward to supporting their clients through taking time to really understand their needs and then in providing quality and timely support via relationships with our talented and experienced professionals.”

If you are interested in finding out more on how Tozers can help you or your business call them on 01392 207020 or email them at

For more information on this partnership arrangement, contact Chris Lorimer, Director of South West Growth Service on 01884 220150 or

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