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Posted on 14th March 2017

Brachers becomes a Patron of Kent Invicta Chamber of Commerce

Firm underlines its support for the local business community

The firm is delighted to have become a Patron of the Kent Invicta Chamber of Commerce, which provides a full range of business support services to businesses in the region and has over 1,200 members.

Kent Invicta Chamber holds in excess of 100 events a year, ranging from informal networking to business exhibitions, and gives a voice to local businesses on issues of national and regional importance.

As a firm Brachers has long been committed to fostering growth and success in the local business community, so the tie-up with the Chamber makes strong strategic sense.

We were delighted to attend the Patronage scheme launch event at the Tudor Marriott in Maidstone at the end of February and take our place alongside eleven other Patrons.

The firm looks forward to being an active Patron of the Chamber, influencing policy debates at a local and national level and representing the interests and concerns of our clients.

Joanna Worby, Managing Partner at Brachers, said:

“We are very pleased to be a Patron and to have this opportunity to work more closely with Kent Invicta Chamber and its extensive network to champion our local business community. Brachers staff pride themselves on working closely with clients to deliver valuable legal advice, guiding them to face their future with the confidence to succeed. Our pairing with the Chamber allows us to work to support the business community and together help deliver economic growth in the region.”

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Joanna Worby

Managing Partner

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