Suffolk: EADT Future50 helps create new partnership

Jane Cattermole of Bay Tree VA with Ian Chapman from Framlingham Technology Centre.

Jane Cattermole of Bay Tree VA with Ian Chapman from Framlingham Technology Centre. - Credit: Archant

Suffolk-based administrative and executive assistance firm Bay Tree VA has launched a new partnership with Framlingham Technology Centre.

The link is a direct result of Bay Tree VA’s membership of the EADT’s Suffolk Future50 community of up-and-coming businesses, with Ian Chapman, centre co-ordinator at the technology centre, having got in touch after seeing the company in the listing.

Framlingham Technology Centre offers “city” communications in a local environment and via the virtual assistant services provided by Bay Tree VA, will now be able to provide experienced executive and administrative support to their tenants.

Jane Cattermole, managing director of Bay Tree VA, said “Up until now we’ve been able to be a point of contact for client calls but, with the help of Framlingham Technology Centre, we’re delighted to be able to extend this service to telephone answering.”

Ian Chapman added: “In joining forces with Bay Tree VA, tenants will have access to a broad list of services, using new cost efficient ways of working.”


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