A fast growing Newcastle outsourced sales, training and consultancy firm is gearing up its promotional activity after agreeing a new deal with a leading art gallery.
Windsor Terrace-based durhamlane firm has signed up as a Premier B.Partner at BALTIC, the biggest gallery of its kind in the world.
The move will see partners Lee Durham and Richard Lane and their 14 strong team benefit from a range of corporate entertainment and guest packages as they look develop their customer relationship and marketing activities throughout 2015.
This will include hosting their directors’ dinner events at BALTIC’s viewing gallery restaurant from January. These events bring together customers and prospects in an informal and private environment to discuss pressing business issues and debate strategies for growth. Each event features a guest speaker; Andrew Moffat, CEO of the Port of Tyne and Bernard Garner, CEO of Nexus being previous headline acts.
Richard Lane, managing partner at the Windsor Terrace-based firm, said: “We’re thrilled to partner with the BALTIC and very much look forward to a long and beneficial relationship.
“The move is a great business fit for us from an organisational viewpoint, while our staff have welcomed the opportunity to take advantage of the deal to share the BALTIC experience with clients and enjoy its many attractions.”
durhamlane is a sales performance specialist, which helps companies become more commercial by improving the performance of their people and by managing outsourced sales campaigns on their behalf – creating new business opportunities. It delivers a measurable difference through consultancy, training and coaching sales and non-sales people and embedding best practices through technology, delivering outsourced sales and business development services that increase the footprint and success of clients.