Cambridge, UK, 2 January 2007 – Chris Parkhouse, founder and Managing Director of Deyton Bell, the development specialists based in Cambridge, UK, has recently returned from the US having visited 4 cities in 4 days. While in the US, Chris attended meetings arranged as a result of the firms’ recently launched range of transatlantic development services, designed to help organisations on both sides of the Atlantic develop opportunities between the US and the UK.
Parkhouse, who has dual US/UK nationality, is delighted with the overall success of the trip, which achieved all its primary objectives. Several new opportunities are now under consideration using the firm’s specialist services that can help organisations from all sectors and of all sizes, by providing valuable expertise and practical support to assist with the delivery of transatlantic development plans.
During his US trip, Parkhouse met with representatives of British Government Departments, US Federal Government Departments, US Business Groups, potential US clients and US Professional services firms.
Commenting on the success of the trip, Parkhouse said, “I’m delighted that the time I spent in the US was so valuable. The contacts I made and the information I gathered will enable the team at Deyton Bell to offer an even higher level of service and expertise to prospective clients – there’s a big opportunity for on both sides of the Atlantic to deal with each other, and as experts in this field, we are ready and willing to help them do so.”