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Chapel Street Business Group

CSBG

The Chapel Street Business Group was formed in 1999 and boasts over 800 members to date. We provide a network of support for local businesses throughout Central Salford and the surrounding areas, representing and supporting local businesses, providing information and networking opportunities through meetings, seminars and events. We are dedicated to establishing Central Salford as a prosperous part of the regional centre where businesses and residents live and work together in a safe, vibrant and sustainable environment.

With members throughout every ward in Salford as well as Manchester City Centre and the neighbouring towns of Bury, Bolton and Trafford, Chapel Street Business Group is one of the largest and longest running Business Groups in the North West.

Run by businesses for businesses, CSBG has been instrumental in encouraging inward investment to the area in addition to addressing member issues through the provision of a dedicated communal voice to decision makers. Membership is diverse and represents a wide range of sectors, from professional services to creative industries; allowing members to network and explore mutual business opportunities between themselves.

A regular programme of events provides members with important information on key aspects of running their business. Focused seminars are designed to cover areas where businesses will benefit from expert advice on issues ranging from taxation to employment law, public relations and marketing right through to web development. Chapel Street Business Group meets regularly to discuss topical issues affecting businesses in the area; these regularly include planning applications, developments, events and new opportunities.

Contact: Jon Monk, Development Manager, info@chapelstreet.org  

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