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Monday, 09 February 2015
Ryley Wealth Management: Creativity and Passion Good for Business
By
Deborah Brown

Like many of our clients, we understand that art and culture provide an insight into how we experience the world around us. Creativity plays such an important role – at home, at school and in business.

Ryley Wealth Management signed up to Nottingham Contemporary’s Business Circle in June 2013. At the time, we saw the scheme as a great way to connect with Nottingham’s burgeoning creative community. It also offered us an opportunity to show our support for a local charity - one that is improving the lives of people in Nottingham in exciting and innovative ways.

Since joining, we have been thrilled to learn just how much the Gallery do. From free school holiday events for families, through to its nationally recognised education work with schools and community groups. Nottingham Contemporary is clearly working hard to ensure it has a real local purpose.

And as a local business, that’s really important to us. Ryley Wealth Management was founded in Nottingham over 15 years ago. We have seen Nottingham grow so much in that time. When Nottingham Contemporary first opened its doors five years ago, its exhibition by David Hockney attracted a great deal of national media attention for the city. The coverage was not only widespread, but was also overwhelmingly positive - helping to give Nottingham a new, uplifting story to be proud of. But it didn’t stop there. Each year the Gallery present an exceptional programme of exhibitions which continue to raise the profile of our city.

Nottingham’s reputation is a hugely important factor in business, and Nottingham Contemporary’s ability to continue to attract positive news stories for the city is incredibly valuable. The team here at Ryley Wealth Management are passionate about Nottingham, and we’re proud to say that our support helps to enable the Gallery to remain ambitious in its plans for the future. 

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