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An award-winning law firm has become an executive member of the Entrepreneurs’ Forum, securing their commitment to continuous professional development for their team.
AIM-listed and Top 100 legal firm Keystone Law is the latest organisation to become an executive member of the Forum, joining Ryder, Parkdean Resorts, Ryecroft Glenton and NBS.
The Forum’s executive membership enables the senior teams of companies to develop their knowledge in a wide variety of subjects to ensure they maintain their entrepreneurial advantage.
It supports the development of chief executives and business leaders, allowing companies to expose their senior management to new ideas that will help to drive growth and change and create opportunity.
Anna McGill, partner at Keystone Law, said: “As an entrepreneurial law firm becoming part of the Entrepreneurs’ Forum was an obvious choice and we’re delighted to be getting involved.
“We are very much looking forward to meeting fellow entrepreneurs/members and collectively working together to help drive forward the North East as hot spot for innovation and business.”
Jonathan Lamb, the Forum’s chief executive, said: “Creating an environment where business leaders and entrepreneurs can collaborate and exchange knowledge is key to what we do at the Forum. Our executive membership offers the opportunity to learn from leading industry experts in a wide range of subjects related to business growth.
“We are delighted to welcome Keystone Law as an executive member of the Forum and in working together going forward.”
Founded in 2002, the Entrepreneurs’ Forum brings together North East business owners to share experience and help each other grow their companies faster.