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Britain’s Energy Coast Business Cluster announces its four preferred suppliers


By The Drum Team | Editorial

March 12, 2012 | 1 min read

Britain’s Energy Coast Business Cluster (BECBC) has announced Armitage Online, Plain Creative, Market Sense and Stoneleigh Communications as its four preferred suppliers to work on its website, PR and marketing plans.

Phil Jardine, business development director for the BECBC, said: “We set out to appoint local suppliers as part of our commitment to Cumbrian procurement and it turned out to be a great approach. We’ve met a host of excellent businesses during the tendering process and at interviews.

“We were spoilt for choice and certainly didn’t need to go out of county to find the consultants, designers and experts that we needed.”

The four suppliers were announced at BECBC members’ meeting at Energus Training and Conference Centre in Lillyhall, Workington.

Pictured are Britain’s Energy Coast Business Cluster’s successful suppliers: Andrew Armitage (Armitage Online), Tracey Errington (Market Sense), Sally Seed (Stoneleigh Communications), Phil Jardine (BECBC business development director) and Jonathan Marshall (BECBC chairman).

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