Cambridge, UK, 6 February 2007 – Deyton Bell Managing Director Chris Parkhouse has just returned from Switzerland where he was a guest speaker at the prestigious 8th Annual Global Equity Pay Forum being held in Davos.
The Global Equity Pay Forum, which attracts an international audience, evaluated the various global and local equity pay plan strategies being devised to cope with the changes and demands placed on the industry.
During his speech, Parkhouse discussed how organisations involved in the Global Share Plan Industry could develop their businesses by exploring the development of mutually beneficial long term strategic alliances with other organisations.
Deyton Bell, the business development specialists based in Cambridge, offers organisations a range of high quality and high value consultancy, interim management and outsourced business development services to help develop business opportunities in either the UK or overseas, including a range of services to help with the development of strategic alliances.
Commenting on his recent speech, Parkhouse said, “I’m delighted to have had the opportunity of sharing our ideas on business development with the delegates at the Conference, and I remain confident that our in depth knowledge of business development issues will become increasingly useful to many organisations I met whilst in Davos. We remain focussed on offering professional business development services to a broad range of clients, and are keen to use our expertise and experience to help develop the exciting opportunities that exist at home and abroad.”