Ipswich broker AT&A joins list of patrons at Suffolk enterprise agency Menta
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Specialist business insurance broker AT&A has become a patron of Suffolk enterprise agency Menta.
And, thanks to the firm’s support, Bury St Edmunds-based Menta is to hold a free seminar for food and drink businesses, titled “Food For Thought”.
The event, on Friday, March 18, will cover issues such as food trends, protecting a food innovation, direct marketing and managing finance for growth.
Chris Marsh, a director at Ipswich-based AT&A, said: “Menta, as Suffolk’s business support organisation, provides advice, training, seminars and events for the county’s small business community.
“We, at AT&A want to help ensure Menta can deliver their wide range of services.”
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Alex Till, chief executive at Menta, said: “I’ve experienced the great service AT&A provide their clients, so I’m extremely pleased Menta are working with them. They’re keen to support growing businesses and were a great fit for Menta.”
Menta’s first patron, solicitors Atkins Thomson which has offices in Bury St Edmunds and London, is to continue its support in 2016 and sponsor the Menta Trade Fair in Bury for the seventh consecutive year. The fair will take place on Tuesday, October 4 and will launch the Business Festival in west Suffolk.
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Mr Till added: “With more patrons choosing to work in association with Menta we’re able to increase the range of events for Suffolk businesses to ensure their success and the prosperity of the eastern region.”