• Council Members


    Trevor Ashbolt - Trans-It-Deliverysmall business services cornwall     

    Trevor established Trans-It-Delivery, a 24/7 Courier Direct Delivery Service in February 2012, having had a previous background in Logistics and driving various types of vehicles up to HGV throughout UK and Europe.
    An enthusiastic supporter and member of the Chamber, I am looking to assist at all levels but especially  new members who may feel their first visits to Chamber functions may be a little daunting.
    We are presently based in Newquay where I live with my partner Julie, a life long Manchester City supporter and we love dining out at the many fantastic Hotels and Restaurants throughout Cornwall.

    My Mobile Number is active 24/7 :  07976792247 so please do give me a call if you feel I may be able to help at anytime.


    Sue Bradbury - Sue Bradbury PR Ltdcornwall chamber of commerce supporting business

    Sue is a public relations and marketing professional who has more than 30 years’ experience of working in the industry. She has been running her own agency in Cornwall since 2000 and works with clients in a range of industry sectors both in and out of the county. As well as being a Chamber of Commerce Council member, Sue also sits on the Young Enterprise board for Cornwall, helping young people develop their entrepreneurial skills. 


    Neil Chamberlain - Neil Chamberlain MBA (Distinction)cornwall chamber of commerce member benefits
    Business Knowledge & Skills Coach, Mentor & Advisor

    A varied legal career in litigation culminated in managing an appellate court case over a number of years. Cutting the comfort ties of his legal career in late 2001 Neil embarked on a business portfolio career and took a directorship in financial services in 2002.

    Over the last two decades whilst working as a director he has coached, mentored and advised Start Ups and SMEs, involving technology, manufacture, service, hospitality and farming.

    Being passionate about Cornwall and understanding the commercial landscape Neil identified that as a county we have a creative and innovative set of businesses. There is a big difference between working in the business and having the competency to work on the business. Over the last few years he found his focus and time moving into coaching, mentoring, supporting and volunteering in business and education. 

    Working at management and Board level with stakeholders in both career and volunteer organisations over the last two decades.

    As well as decades spent in a vocational setting Creativity and Innovation were the core elements that ran through his masters training. A high level of vocational and academic competency and skill set was gained in business strategy and business planning.


    Andrew Davenport - Focus Technology Europe Ltd    


    Toni Eyriey - Business Cornwall Magazine    


    James Ferguson - X-Press Legal Services

    James is a Director and owner of X-Press Legal Services, supplying conveyancing searches to Conveyancers in Cornwall and Devon. Prior to starting his own business James held management positions in multinational companies such as De la Rue, Kerry Ingredients, Dow Jones, and Associated Press.
    Before supplying services to the legal sector James's expertise ranged from warehousing and logistics to manufacturing improvement and telecommunications, but started his career as a technician testing guided weapons systems.  


    Ian Harris - Harris Begley Financial Planningcornwall chamber of commerce member council   

    Ian is the CEO of Harris Begley, a county wide financial advice firm with specialists in all areas of Financial Planning, including mortgages, investments, income protection, life assurance, pensions and retirement planning. Ian founded the business in 1999 and was joined by Matt Begley in 2004, when they formed Harris Begley, which now has advisers across Cornwall and in Plymouth to deal with client’s personal and business related enquiries.
    Ian’s primary role is business development and overseeing the general running of the company, whilst largely advising on business protection. Ian is a prominent figure at networking events across the Duchy and as a keen promoter of Cornish business, is an ardent supporter of The Cornwall Chamber of Commerce. 
    He is a Director of the Penzance BID (Business Improvement District) and works with the Penzance Regeneration Board & Place Shaping group to grow and shape Penzance and the business opportunities in the area. 
    “Outside of that there is precious little time for anything else,” Ian explains, but he makes time for family, cars and is still “playing bass at Hope Church at the age of 62!” He is also a trustee of Hopeships, an inspiring Cornish charity based in Newlyn www.hopeships.com


    Phillip Henwood - 4 Eyes Ltd    


    Phil Hills - Cornwall Environmental Consultants Limited

    Phil is a Director and Manager of Cornwall Environmental Consultants, based near Truro.  He has been resident in Cornwall since 2002 and lives near Camborne with his wife and two children.  Phil’s work provides insights into the issues facing the natural environment and those whose livelihoods depend on it through agriculture, tourism and development, as well as those who use the countryside and coast for recreation and enjoyment.
    Phil’s professional career as a landscape architect, planner and naturalist started in Oxford and then the Midlands, before relocating to Cornwall to fulfil a longstanding ambition to live and work west of the Tamar.  He provides expertise to the Chamber of Commerce Council on environmental matters.    


    Giles Horne - Truro Chamber of Commerce    



    Kirsty McAauley - Coodes Solicitorsconnecting businesses through networking in cornwall  

    Kirsty is a corporate and commercial solicitor at Coodes, having fully qualified in 2012. She advises on all aspects of business law including: business structure: company, LLP's and partnerships; business sales share/asset sale and purchase; company formation, incorporations; commercial contracts; terms and conditions and intellectual property. She has a particular focus on agricultural partnerships and the structure of family businesses.

    Kirsty won the Junior Lawyer of the Year award in 2012 as recognition for the work she undertook in relation to the new academy schools structure.

    Kirsty is based in Falmouth but works all over the county and Devon to provide her specialist support. Kirsty is a keen gig rower and musician and is generally happiest when in or on the sea!   


    Andrew May - Isles of Scilly Steamship Group  


    Tristan Netherton  - Microtest Ltd 

    Tristan is Head of Sales for Microtest, a pioneering IT Company that is one of the top four suppliers of GP systems in the UK as well as providing IT services to businesses and homes across the country. Having initially joined the family business in 2001 as a Build Technician, Tristan has progressed within the company and now oversees a team which covers all sales streams, including the NHS, government, local councils, businesses and consumers, both nationally and internationally.  
    Tristan’s primary role is to provide consultancy to help identify and provide cutting edge, innovative solutions. One of the elements that Tristan most enjoys about his work is the ‘blue sky thinking’ for which he has a particular flair.
    Tristan is based in Bodmin, but  frequently travels throughout the UK to deliver Microtest’s consultancy & innovative services. 
    He is also an avid gig rower, having rowed for the Mevagissey team for over 25 years, as well as singing within a Shanty group named Stuns’ls which he formed and now takes part in various festivals throughout the region. 


    Gary Perkin - Zamu Ltdcornwall chamber of commerce networking events     


    Jeremy Richards - Falmouth Universitynetworking events

    Jeremy oversees the development and delivery of a range of courses in the business school at Falmouth University. With its focus on venture creation, the academic portfolio includes entrepreneurship programmes at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. His research interests include the development of new teaching models in business education, collaborative learning, and the application of creative processes to improve business performance.

    Jeremy has 30 years’ experience of management and the commercial exploitation of R&D, working at the interface of academia and industry. His early career focused on technology diversification working with organisations such as the Ministry of Defence, Rolls Royce Business Ventures and the Biotechnology & Biological Science Research Council.

    He moved into management education in the mid-90s, leading the commercial training courses at the General Electric Company (GEC) Management College including developing and leading the GEC MBA. Prior to joining Falmouth in 2002, he developed a range of e-learning strategies for Marconi plc.

    Jeremy has a BSc in theoretical physics and was awarded a PhD for his research in carbon fibre composite materials.



    Robert Rush - PFA Researchnetworking events cornwall     


    Thelma Sorensen - Cornwall Business Partnership    


    Ian White - Lorica Insurance Brokersbusiness networking in cornwall   

    Ian is 48 years of age, lives in St Agnes and is married to Lisa with 2 Sons, Sam and Kit.
    He has been in the Insurance Industry for all of his working life, with both Insurers and Brokers. He has worked in the Midlands and Devon and Cornwall. He looks after a variety of clients, from industries such as Farming, Construction, Country Estates, Property Management, Leisure, Hotels etc. So, by being part of the Team for these Industries, he has a wide range of knowledge of the risks that may affect these industries as well as what they are looking for from the Chamber and other sources of help.


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