Chase Templeton celebrates winning Small Business of the Year Award
16 November 2010
Blackburn based independent insurance broker, Chase Templeton is
crowned Small Business of the Year at the Lancashire Telegraph 2010
Singled out because of its phenomenal growth and true dedication
to customer care, Chase Templeton was also awarded in recognition
of drive, determination and future growth ambitions.
Chase Templeton were competing against some of the top
businesses in the Lancashire region. CEO, Kevin Amphlett collected
the award on behalf of the company and commented "I'm absolutely
delighted to have won this award, we're a local company, so winning
this award means a great deal to everyone in the business. To
be able to say we're an award winning company makes me very
This year the company has delivered double digit growth and is
well underway to continue growth plans into 2011.
Commenting further, Amphlett said "The future is very bright for
our company, we're planning further acquisitions, we've invested in
a rebrand, which includes a whole new identity and web presence and
we continue to recruit new staff to support our ever growing base
Notes for editors
About Chase Templeton
Chase Templeton is the UK's leading independent private medical
and protection insurance broker.
Chase Templeton has over 55,000 clients and directly employs 27
people, has a UK wide network of 50 self employed Consultants and
30 Appointed Representatives.
Gillian McCammon, Marketing Manager
Tel: 01254 504914
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