Marketing Derby Bondholders Forge New B2B Relationship
Marketing Derby, championing the city as UK Capital for Innovation in 2018, has won recognition as one of the UK's leading inward investment agencies and offers its members a wide range of opportunities to do business with each other, on a national and international level.
Smith Partnership has been a proud Marketing Derby bondholder for 8 years, working alongside the investment agency to promote the city and offer legal expertise at many events.
Claire Twells, partner at Smith Partnership said: “Over the course of the move from our old office to our new head office at Norman House we have worked with a number of fantastic businesses to create a professional office space that reflects our personality as a firm. We pride ourselves on the quality of service we provide and being a reliable, approachable company. These same qualities we found in fellow Marketing Derby Bondholder Denby Pottery Company Ltd. We worked closely with Hayley Baddiley and the team at Denby to ensure that the crockery we use at our new office reflects our style and business. We are so pleased to have worked directly with Denby Pottery Company Ltd, it’s great when two Companies align their key values and work together. We are thrilled to have forged a new business partnership with Denby Pottery and are looking forward to supporting each other on a number of exciting projects in the future.”
Hayley Baddiley, Global Marketing Director said "We're really excited for Smith Partnership's office transformation and thrilled to have supplied them with the pottery for their new look. As a proud Derbyshire brand focused on quality ourselves, it's a particular pleasure to be working with a fellow local business which shares these values and we hope the team and clients at Smith Partnership enjoy their tea and coffee even more out of their Denby pieces!"
If you need professional legal assistance, Smith Partnership has a network of offices throughout the East Midlands, in Burton-on-Trent, Derby, Stoke, Leicester and Swadlincote.