Progress to Excellence Ltd looks to forge Isle of Man training partnerships
The expansion of important trade links between Wirral and the Isle of Man is being supported by Progress to Excellence Ltd in an initiative aimed at forging new collaborative business partnerships.
The company will be visiting the island later this month as part of a delegation of Wirral Chamber of Commerce members with expertise in the professional business services and financial sectors. The event is being held in partnership with the Isle of Man Chamber of Commerce.
Progress to Excellence Ltd recently welcomed a delegation from the island, which included representatives of the Manx government and Chamber members, to the company’s headquarters at Pacific Road, where discussions to took place regarding collaborating to provide training solutions on the Isle of Man.
Chief Executive Damian Burdin said: “We are looking forward to meeting up again with the Isle of Man Chamber of Commerce and businesses on the island in this exciting initiative to discover how we can create effective working relationships and work more closely together.
“When we last met, we discussed ways we could work jointly to help develop the island’s training infrastructure, and I see this visit as another important step towards a collaborative approach which could result in the creation of many new opportunities for us all.
“Wirral is now economically one of the fastest growing regions in the UK and we are delighted to be supporting Wirral Chamber in its efforts to expand vital programmes of growth.”
Paula Basnett, Chief Executive of Wirral Chamber, added: “A key objective of the Chamber is to extend and strengthen our links to businesses and organisations on the Isle of Man.
“We have formed an excellent working relationship with colleagues within the Isle of Man Chamber of Commerce and, with the support of our members such as Progress to Excellence Ltd, it gives us a great opportunity to further develop key links and contacts between our respective business communities.”