14 January 2022
Birmingham Business Park - the most established out of town business park in the Midlands - has become Solihull Chamber of Commerce’s latest patron.
Set in 148 acres of mature parkland, Birmingham Business Park (BBP) is home to more than 150 companies boasting an impressive range of high-profile businesses, including Computacentre, Fujitsu, IMI, Sulzer and Rolls Royce.
The park is also home to over 10,000 employees and offers a wide range of amenities, lifestyle and environmental initiatives – adding value to the environment and work place and following the ethos to protect, enhance and create sustainability within their business community.
In becoming a Solihull Chamber patron, Birmingham Business Park joins some of the region’s most high-profile companies and brands, including Jaguar Land Rover, Arup, Touchwood, Birmingham Airport, Prime Accountants Group, Solihull College & University Centre, Arden Multi-Academy Trust and Solihull Moors FC.
Lori Henebury, marketing, community and business development manager at BBP said: “We are delighted to become a patron of Solihull Chamber of Commerce, with whom our values and goals align.
“Through our patronage, we look forward to developing relationships with members of the Chamber as part of our ongoing commitment to supporting the Solihull Community.
“We intend to be a highly active Patron, collaborating with members to deliver events, share best practise and add genuine value to help strengthen the borough.
“Our engagement with the Chamber can only further our aims to be a fully connected and active part of the local business economy here in Solihull to promote the area as a wonderful place to do business.
“It is a fantastic opportunity for our 115 Businesses to strengthen their network and share best practice with other leading businesses and stakeholders in the region. We look forward to collaborating with Sam and the Chamber Team over the coming months. “
Samantha Frampton, head of Solihull Chamber said: “It is a wonderful start to 2022 for us to welcome BBP on board as a patron of Solihull Chamber.
“I am so happy to have such an established business joining our network and am looking forward to working with Lori and the rest of the team on helping their clients to grow their local network and engage with the existing businesses within the Chamber.
“We have already planned our first joint event which will be taking place on 17 January at Birmingham Business Park around the topic of wellness and wellbeing and are very excited about the prospect of collaboration across the coming year.”
Pictured: Lori Henebury and Sam Frampton