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Cambridge, UK, 31 May 2007 – Deyton Bell, the business development specialists based in Cambridge and East of England International, are delighted to announce that they have agreed a co-operative partnership commencing immediately.

As a result of this innovative and exciting new partnership, Deyton Bell will offer a range of business development, sales, marketing and partnership services to organisations identified by EEI as being in need of such support.

Deyton Bell, founded by Managing Director Chris Parkhouse, specialise in business development and offer a range of consultancy, advisory, outsourced and interim management solutions to organisations of all sizes and from all sectors. The firm is increasingly active in a variety of international business issues and offers specialist services and support to organisations across the UK and overseas. In particular Deyton Bell offers specialist services in connection with transatlantic business development issues and can operate on both sides of the Atlantic.

East of England International (EEI) delivers UK Trade & Investment services and supports regional businesses seeking to win a share of the global market. EEI also give free and confidential help to overseas-owned companies setting-up or expanding in the UK. Their team is able to assist a company’s growth by providing advice on various issues – supported by in-depth and confidential research, data and local knowledge. EEI work with carefully selected local partners to supply specialist and technical information, and the new partnership with Deyton Bell represents an exciting development and an expansion in the support EEI offers businesses.

Chris Parkhouse, Managing Director of Deyton Bell said:

“I am delighted that EEI have chosen Deyton Bell as business development partners and I am looking forward to working with James Gray and his team as together we help organisations in the UK and overseas develop appropriate opportunities.”

Commenting on behalf of East of England International, James Gray, Chief Executive, said:

“This partnership between EEI and Deyton Bell is an asset to the East of England. Deyton Bell’s specialist services compliment the knowledge-base of EEI teams and this can only benefit regional businesses trading abroad and international businesses locating in the region.”