Cameron joins growth organisation

Cameron joins growth organisation

17/05/2019

Leading regional developer Cameron Homes has become the latest commercial partner of the West Midlands Growth Company.

The expanding Staffordshire-based Cameron, which builds housing developments throughout central England, has just signed up to its partner programme.

The West Midlands Growth Company aims to attract visitors, businesses and investment into the region by working with the public and private sectors.

“We are very pleased to have linked up with the West Midlands Growth Company and aim to contribute to the region’s growing reputation as a place to visit, meet and invest in,” said Maxine Moore, sales director of Cameron Homes, which has its head office in Chasetown, near Cannock, and has opened new three new regional bases in the last 12 months.

Nicola Hewitt, Commercial Director at West Midlands Growth Company, said:  “The West Midlands Growth Company’s partnership programme is designed to provide opportunities for companies to make their mark by extending their network of new contacts and helping them to raise their profile across the region and further afield.

“Collaborating with new partners is central to the region’s progress. We look forward to working closely with Cameron Homes to ensure that they take advantage of the West Midlands’ increasing reputation as a place to visit, meet and do business.”

 

The West Midlands Growth Company

The West Midlands Growth Company helps the region make its mark nationally and internationally. Its primary purpose is to attract investment, jobs, visitors and businesses to the West Midlands.

It is committed to promoting the area as a leading place to invest, do business and visit, working in partnership with Local Enterprise Partnerships, Councils, Growth Hubs, Universities, Chambers of Commerce and hundreds of local businesses.

The West Midlands Growth Company plays an important role in supporting the delivery of the West Midlands Combined Authority’s (WMCA) Strategic Economic Plan. Its focus is on the WMCA geography of Greater Birmingham and Solihull, Coventry and Warwickshire, and the Black Country.