Member Story: Elliott Davies

What does being a member of the South Wales Chamber of Commerce mean to your business?

Being a member is a surefire and cost effective way for anyone in business to develop their own professional network and take advantage of a variety of resources.

What's your business name?

Wynne-Jones IP

What's your job title?

Patent Attorney

Give us a brief overview of your company

Wynne-Jones IP is a firm of Intellectual Property specialists that have been based in Cardiff and Cheltenham for over fifty years. The firm advises businesses and inventors in a wide range of sectors worldwide on all aspects of patents, trademarks, design rights and copyright.

What’s new with you? Tell us about any recent expansion, new services, award wins, appointments etc

After searching for the perfect location, we’ve recently expanded our business with a brand new London office, located in Old Broad Street. This new venture will allow Wynne-Jones to share its expertise with an entirely new audience and potentially expand its offering into a host of new sectors. We’re thrilled at the prospects this year will bring for the firm. We’re now recruiting and looking forward to bringing a new team along with us for the ride.

How has being a member of the Chamber benefited you?

Being a Chamber member gives us essential resources such as insight into the Business Directory. Through attending regular events held by the Chamber, I’ve been able to network with business owners and develop positive relationships with fellow members. With these regular events and networking opportunities, the Chamber has provided me with an ideal opportunity to raise our professional profile.

Why would you recommend the Chamber membership to other businesses?

Being a member is a surefire and cost effective way for anyone in business to develop their own professional network and take advantage of a variety of resources. Additionally, being a member ensures that you’re always at the right place at the right time, meeting the right people when members congregate for events.

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