Meet Our Partners

Chamber Business Partners are an exclusive group of influential companies from across the region.

Our Business Partners bring together large and well-established businesses who receive exclusive benefits on top of the standard benefits of Chamber membership.

There are 3 levels of Business Partners – Silver, Gold and Platinum. Each level includes access to our essential services, as well as additional benefits that come with being a business partner.

For further details, please contact Sunny Singh on 01908 733082 or via email


We provide specialist communications services and support for UK businesses, with the best combination of next generation technology software and hardware. Our services range from mobile, landline, cloud,ultra-fast connectivity, cyber security and more. Together we design the perfect solution that’s right for you. In a time when nothing stands still, you can scale up or down your solution to suit your needs and we’re there to support you whenever you need us.

dbfb – our solutions keep your business, mobile, talking, connected, secure and supported.

Visit the dbfb website for more information.

Nick Freeman Photography

Nick Freeman Photography specialises in Editorial, Portrait, Headshot and Branding Portfolios. With a background in photojournalism Nick’s photography style is born from a story telling point of view.

Nick spent several years working in troubled areas of the world so this, juxtaposed with studio photography here in the UK, means Nick can offer his clients not just superb photography skills but an array of experience that will bring subjects and people alive in authentic, believable imagery.

Be a trendsetter, not a follower, let Nick help you establish yourself as the aspirational brand leader and the go to expert for your sector. Stand out from the also rans, never underestimate #theimportanceofimage

Visit the Nick Freeman Photography website for more information.

Towergate Insurance Brokers

Towergate Insurance Brokers is a national business with a local presence in Milton Keynes and Northampton where we employ more than 90 members of staff. We look after the insurance requirements of businesses active in many different sectors and we are committed to being a ‘community broker’. Our team is proud to support local charities and grass roots football.

Towergate is a member of BIBA, the British Insurance Brokers’ Association, and in 2022 we achieved Gold from Investors in Customers for the third year running. We are widely recognised in the industry having won many awards in recent years, including at The British Insurance Awards and UK Broker Awards.

Many businesses in both Milton Keynes and Northampton rely on Towergate for trusted advice on all aspects of commercial insurance. Our trusted advisors build relationships with our clients face-to-face to ensure we understand the unique risks faced by their businesses. This enables us to arrange a competitive insurance programme to protect the business owners, business assets and employees.

Towergate offers the support of an expert claims management team. Insurance is rightly judged on the quality of support you receive in the event of a claim, or loss. Should the worst happen, we firmly believe in supporting you at the time you need us most – getting you back in the same position as you were in before the loss as quickly and painlessly as possible.

Visit the Towergate website for more information.

IKEA Milton Keynes

To bring this vision to life, at IKEA, we offer well-designed, functional, durable, affordable, and sustainable home furnishing solutions to people with big dreams and thin wallets. We’re curious about the world around us and want to make a positive difference in people’s lives. We want to empower people to live more sustainably, so we’re focusing on affordable, resource and energy efficient products. With home solar panels, veggie hot dogs, and energy-saving solutions, we’re paving the way for more sustainable homes for the many.

IKEA retailing has almost 80 years of history, but we believe we are just at the beginning, and we are developing a new world of IKEA. IKEA UK opened its first store in Warrington in 1987 and we have since grown to employ nearly 12,000 co-workers with 20 full sized stores, one city store, one Order and Collection Point and two Plan and Order Points. This will continue to grow, as we look to open more stores in the future.

IKEA Milton Keynes was opened on 26th December 2005. With over 450 co-workers we strive to make a better everyday life for the many people.

Visit the IKEA website for more information.


x+why is a flexible workspace provider on a mission to change the way the world works, for good.

Across their sites, members enjoy private offices and breakout areas, as well as an events programme, meeting rooms, and more. The spaces are designed to be more than places to work. They’re hubs for connecting, collaborating and learning. As a B Corp Certified organisation, x+why are committed to pursuing purpose as well as profit and help others on their journey to do the same. 

Visit the x+why website for more information.

MK Food Bank

MK Food Bank provides crisis food support to individuals and families in Milton Keynes.

We offer two main services. The first is emergency, short term food parcels. These are bags of long-life food that provide basic meals for 3 or 4 days for people experiencing temporary financial crisis. The reasons for this are varied and can range from sickness and family crisis to debt, benefits issues and Universal Credit delays. More recently, the soaring cost of living has accounted for a large proportion of the need.

Our second service, the Top-Up Shop, was specifically designed to offer longer-term support for those people whose situations realistically aren’t going to change – the elderly and those with long-term physical or mental health issues for example. The shops sell food at a very low cost, providing choice and dignity, and aim to encourage independence and support people step by step out of poverty.

Over the last 18 months the lasting effects of Covid and the subsequent cost of living crisis have led to increased demand for food support. During this time, we estimate that we have helped around 5,000 households to put food on their tables – this is around 1 in 25 households in Milton Keynes, or to put it another way, at least one child in every class.

Every day, we make sure that hundreds of people access food. To do so, we rely solely on donations of food and money from local community and corporate donors. Together we can make a big difference.

Visit the MK Food Bank website for more information.