Dan Harris – Vice President & Newsletter Editor

Dan Harris - Vice President & Newsletter Editor

Dan Harris – Vice President & Newsletter Editor


Dan manages two companies: the sales and marketing company, HymnSheet Ltd., and First Move Europe, which helps growth companies establish and develop their operations in the UK and Europe. He has worked in senior marketing positions in the UK, Europe and USA with Apple Computer, McAfee Security, Mitel, BroadVision, Virgin.net and Europe Online. Dan enjoys working with Chamber members to help grow and promote their businesses throughout the UK and internationally, and has served on the Gloucestershire Enterprise Growth Hub on behalf of the Chamber. He has been on the Executive Committee since 2010 serving as Membership Secretary and Head of Marketing until 2013, and sees great things ahead for both the Chamber and its members. He is also the Editor of Cheltenham Chamber News, a publication which is distributed widely across the business community in Gloucestershire.

“One of my favourite places in Cheltenham, if not the world, is atop Cleeve Hill Golf Course. I played a lot of golf while in California, but the view that sweeps down from the fourth is hard to beat.

If I had one wish I’d like Cheltenham to be one of the centres of innovation in the UK. And if I had another wish, I’d like to see Cheltenham FC have another go in Division One.”

The support and networking opportunities that the Chamber offered to me as director of a new business really appealed. The board and members I spoke to seemed really interested in my business.

Alastair James Roberts ACII
Alastair James Insurance Brokers


“I can see there is a lot of energy there, a lot of passion for doing the best for the town and we want to be part of that.”

Oliver Wiliams
Ellenborough Park

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The Cheltenham Chamber of Commerce represents the interests of thousands of local businesses of all sizes, sectors, and regions. Our members range from small shops and local business groups to leading industry associations and large corporations. They all share one thing in common—they count on the Chamber to create opportunities and to improve the local business environment.