Sparkford-based Sycamore Process Engineering has taken delivery of a luxury hamper of Somerset produce after being chosen at random from the businesses which completed Q2 of the British Chambers’ of Commerce Quarterly Economic Survey (QES), which was run locally by Somerset Chamber.
The Chamber received a record number of responses and Katie Burt, of Sycamore Process Engineering, said she was thrilled to win. The hamper was created and delivered by fellow Chamber member The Hamper Guys.
Katie said: “I was so excited as I have literally never won anything before!
“I’ve recently moved back to the area and I’m a huge fan of Somerset produce so can’t wait to get stuck in – we’re having friends over for a socially distanced barbecue so its perfect timing. Thank you to the Hamper Guys and Somerset Chamber.”
Sycamore Process Engineering design and manufacture processing equipment for the dairy, food and beverage industries.
The team has over 30 years of experience and has also expanded into the personal care industry.
The QES is the largest survey of its kind in the UK and the results of closely followed by key policymakers such as the Treasury and the Bank of England.
David Bharier, Head of Research at the British Chambers of Commerce, will be presented the results of the latest survey with Graham Austin, from Barclays and Heather Williams-Taplin, of Demos, in a Somerset Chamber webinar at 10.30am on Wednesday, July 8. For more details, please click here.