Promoting international success

Connecting you to new customers

Everyone’s talking about us.  We’re top notch and proud of it. And that’s not just what we say.

Telling the world what we achieve is central to our sponsorship work. We make sure the news media know all about our successes and we get the kind of coverage that others envy. We have our own dedicated media monitoring service for sponsorship partners so we can easily evidence outcomes for you.

We’ve developed a strategic communications base and strong editorial contacts across regional, national and specialist print, broadcast and online media.

We’re regularly consulted by journalists and analysts from all these sectors seeking comment on international trade.

We‘ve dedicated space in the influential magazines as well as in e-zines and websites.

Not only that. Sponsors and partners can directly plug into our events, campaigns, courses and client visits. They can also use our top-quality promotional material for their own publications, websites and client material.

Join us on our journey, contact David Attia on 0845 034 7200 or email.

We were happy to support the local Chambers by working with Chamber International on their networking event. The evening was well organised, attracting over 150 businesses. It was a great opportunity to share current thinking on doing business with Asia and pass on lessons we’ve learnt when meeting challenges in the Asian market.”

David Redfern, Director, Tate & Lyle Citric Acid (Tate & Lyle is a world-leading manufacturer of food and industrial ingredients with global sales in excess of £3.7 billion).

We’re quite lucky here in Yorkshire to have Chamber International. They’re the most innovative chamber around, they have new ideas and they’re focused on adding value for their members and customers.”  

Mark Robson, former Regional Director, Yorkshire and The Humber, Department for International Trade. Department for International Trade (DIT) is the Government department that helps UK-based companies succeed in the global economy).