Finding Solutions in a bid to take on new clients

A Chorley firm hopes hard work will provide the Solutions to their quest for new clients.

FBX Solutions, based on Miller Avenue, is embarking on a three-pronged process aimed at boosting an already successful business.

The first step is a new website – http://www.fbxsolutions.co.uk – which went live earlier this week.

Step number two is a drive to advertise and attract new business, while the third is a concerted effort to advertise across Lancashire and the North West.

Director, John Blahuta, who works alongside his father, Frank, said: “We are a management consultancy, and offer a full range of business consultancy services.

“The first three years of clients for us have all come through existing contacts. We are now starting to advertise to attract new business.

“We work with a number of associate consultants who we drop into contracts as and when required on a daily rate. For this reason, not only are we looking for businesses that need consultancy services, but also local freelance consultants who would like to register their CVs with us to be considered for work.”

The company has been in operation since 2012, in which time it has worked with firms based across the UK.

Their product portfolio includes the likes of business relocation services; programme management; business training courses; health and safety management and training; and carrying out a full review or upgrade of management system documentation.

Frank, the company’s Managing Director, added: “We are delighted to have registered with the NWL Chamber of Commerce to further expand our business network.

“Being based in Chorley, and with the increasing demand for our services, we are always keen to hear from local freelance consultants that wish to be considered for work as we continue to expand our growing team here at FBX.

“Our partnership with the Chamber will allow us to make use of the fantastic business services that the chamber offers, and also provide us with the opportunity to network with local companies and business people.”

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