PUBLIC SECTOR: First PR help for Thames Valley business

The Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce is preparing to appoint a PR agency for the first time as part of a new strategy of increased lobbying and media activity designed to promote its members’ interests. The business lobby, which represents high-profile technology companies such as Microsoft, Oracle and Compaq, will take an active campaigning stance on issues such as transport, skills and people shortages in the area. The move comes in the wake of Andrew Corrigan’s move from Shandwick to become policy and communications manager at the chamber.

The Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce is preparing to appoint a PR

agency for the first time as part of a new strategy of increased

lobbying and media activity designed to promote its members’ interests.

The business lobby, which represents high-profile technology companies

such as Microsoft, Oracle and Compaq, will take an active campaigning

stance on issues such as transport, skills and people shortages in the

area. The move comes in the wake of Andrew Corrigan’s move from

Shandwick to become policy and communications manager at the chamber.



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