Demand for export help creates new role at Chamber International

2 August 2017


Growing demand for help with exporting has led overseas trade specialist, Chamber International, to boost its client services team with the appointment of a new account handler.

Lydia Sykes (pictured below) who achieved a 1st degree in Modern Foreign Languages and International Business at Huddersfield University, will work alongside new accounts manager, Lydia Moi, in matching new-to-exporting businesses to Chamber International’s growing portfolio of business support services.

Demand for export help creates new role at Chamber International - Lydia Sykes

Lydia Sykes, who lives in Denby Dale and has spent the last nine months in Madrid teaching English in a Catholic primary school, says: “I’ve always had a passion for foreign languages and learning about different cultures and hope to put this to good use by working in international trade.”

Chamber International director, Tim Bailey, says: “Interest in doing business internationally is at an all time high and it means that we need more people to ensure that we continue to provide the high-quality services that we’re known for.” 

Chamber International helps hundreds of new and experienced exporters with a wide range of specialist services to make exporting easier and more cost effective and is the UK’s sole supplier of hand-held, cloud-based business management tool, ‘edge’, which enables companies to access client records, control stock, issue quotations, create trade documents and raise invoices to fulfill export orders from anywhere worldwide by using a smart phone or any web-linked device.


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