Suffolk Chamber expands Small and medium sized business offer

Suffolk Chamber expands Small and medium sized business offer

The leading voice of the county’s business community has added a new benefit to its package of support aimed at helping Suffolk businesses thrive: a new card payment solution that offers savings up to 30% off those of current suppliers.

Suffolk Chamber of Commerce has teamed up with Auditel, an independent cost management specialist, which already offers ways of helping member businesses reduce their utility costs, to provide reliable merchant services at a lower cost than at present.

To do this, Auditel has teamed up with specialist card payment broker, acceptcards®.

According to Auditel’s Paul Copsey “acceptcards®’ approach is to have a conversation with every prospective customer in order to thoroughly understand their business. They will then match each company’s specific requirements and budget with the providers best suited to their needs. Thanks to acceptcards®’ uniquely independent position, they are able to compare various solutions from Europe’s leading card payment providers, before selecting the right ones for the business.”

This review service is free and for companies already accepting card payments, acceptcards® can often identify savings of up to 30% less than fees charged by current suppliers.

Amanda Ankin, Suffolk Chamber’s operations director explained that “this service is yet another reason why all Suffolk’s small and medium-sized businesses should be members of Suffolk Chamber. Our package of support aimed at such companies is designed to save money and protect the bottom line.

“Our free Suffolk Chamber Protection service which comprises HR, health & safety, legal and tax advice, insurance and documentation has proven a great success one year after its launch. I’m sure that this new service will be as welcome and as well-used.”

For more information about Suffolk Chamber’s card payment solutions service go to;

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