Fosters Do Different - A New Partnership

Long established law firm Fosters Solicitors has entered into an innovative new partnership with forward thinking management consulting firm, Do Different.

The partnership will see both Fosters Solicitors and Do Different working together to offer local businesses a comprehensive package of commercial advice, allowing them to thrive against their competitors. The collaboration comes after both firms have witnessed businesses increasingly demanding a more holistic approach to commercial services: advice that cannot be pigeonholed as simply 'legal' or 'strategic', but incorporates and connects both of these areas simultaneously.

Experienced Commercial Solicitor at Fosters and previous Head of Legal at Norwich City Football Club, Jamie Arnall, said: "I'm a strong believer that legal advice should support a company's commercial goals and strategies and businesses deserve services that recognise this. At Fosters, we're very excited to be working with Do Different to offer local businesses just that: a really innovative and cost effective solution that ensures businesses have the right commercial strategy in place and get the quality legal advice they need to implement it".

Do Different, a future 50 company formed in 2010 and based in Norfolk, serves a broad mix of private, public and social sector organisations including local government. With their aim of inspiring businesses to achieve their goals and gain competitive advantage, their ambitions fit perfectly with the future development strategies of Fosters Solicitors.

Founder and Director of Do Different, Morgan Self, said "The team at Do Different are delighted to be associated with Fosters Solicitors. Like Do Different Fosters are an award winning firm; with an excellent reputation since 1761."

"We are excited to work with Fosters across all departments, supporting the firm fully with Fosters In-House and helping their clients to achieve success.".

For further information please visit both Fosters In House & www.dodifferent.solutions

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