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tbf-headerCambridge, UK Wednesday April 14 2014

Deyton Bell, the economic, commercial and business development specialists, today announced that 20 leading organisations from the UK and US have shown overwhelming support for the 2014 Transatlantic Business Forum, which takes place in Cambridge UK on June 24 2014.

Building on the overwhelming success of first two Forums, this 3rd Transatlantic Business Forum aims to refocus attention on the huge US market, to support businesses interested in expanding US activities or establishing a US base, and to stimulate successful transatlantic commercial activity. The Forum is the Region’s premier specialist event focussed on transatlantic commercial issues, and it will again highlight best practice case studies and will offer expert advice, opinion, information, one2one meetings with speakers/supporters, specialist breakout seminars, opportunities to network/develop business and opportunities for delegates to meet experts from both sides of the Atlantic.

Announcing these further details, Deyton Bell Managing Director Chris Parkhouse said: “I am delighted to announce that the 2014 Transatlantic Business Forum is being sponsored by leading blue chip businesses including:

  • Mills & Reeve
  • Lloyds Bank
  • Robinson & Cole
  • KPMG

The sponsors of the 2014 Transatlantic Business Forum are hugely important and really demonstrate the quality and value of the initiative. We are delighted to be working with these businesses and thank them for their commitment to the Forum which takes place on Tuesday June 24.”

Parkhouse continued “The 2014 Forum is also being supported by 16 leading business organisations in the US and UK – we have been overwhelmed by the support offered by key groups including:

  • The Institute of Directors
  • The Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough LEP
  • Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce
  • Cambridge Cleantech
  • Cambridge Network
  • One Nucleus
  • Anglia Ruskin University
  • St John’s Innovation Centre
  • The National Association of Corporate Directors
  • The Federation of Small Businesses
  • The Institute of Chartered Accountants
  • The Law Society
  • The East of England Business Group
  • Business Weekly
  • Suffolk Chamber of Commerce
  • UKTI”

Chris Parkhouse concluded “The build up to the 2014 Transatlantic Business Forum is almost complete, and it is clear that the initiative will again be a hugely important day for all those involved in exploring and developing transatlantic business opportunities. We will announce the full agenda soon – the 2014 Transatlantic Business Forum promises to be more prestigious and valuable than ever before. Please visit Transatlantic Business Forum or contact us via  to find out more or to request a seat.”