Cambridge, UK, 7 December 2006 –Visiting 4 US cities in 4 days may seem like a tall order but not for Deyton Bell Managing Director Chris Parkhouse. He is flying to the USA for meetings to discuss the firms newly launched range of transatlantic development services as interest in the initiative really takes off in both the US and the UK. Parkhouse will visit Washington, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and New York during his 4 day trip.
Deyton Bell, the development specialists based in Cambridge, UK, recently launched a new range of transatlantic development services, designed to help organisations on both sides of the Atlantic develop opportunities between the US and the UK, and as a result are now exploring opportunities with organisations from various sectors.
Deyton Bell offers organisations a range of high quality and high value consultancy, interim management and outsourced development services to help develop transatlantic opportunities, and can operate in both the US and the UK.
Chris Parkhouse, Deyton Bell founder and Managing Director, who has dual US/UK nationality, believes that the firm’s specialist services can help organisations by providing valuable expertise and practical support to assist with delivery of transatlantic development plans.
Commenting on this exciting media, Parkhouse said, “I’m delighted to see such interest in our transatlantic services and am looking forward to the various meetings arranged during my forthcoming US trip. I am confident that our in depth knowledge of both the US and the UK will become increasingly useful to many organisations. We remain focussed on offering professional development services to a broad range of clients, and are keen to use our transatlantic expertise and experience to help develop the exciting opportunities that exist on both sides of the Atlantic.”