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Chamber Lunch

The Guernsey Chamber of Commerce are delighted to welcome Sarah McGreevy, as our speaker at the Chamber lunch this month.  After a background in commerce Sarah was appointed Director of Guernsey Harbours in May this year.

Sarah will talk on how she sees the future of Guernsey Harbours and how she plans to drive the port forward, maximise its current resources and find new business opportunities.

Rupert Dorey, President of the Chamber of Commerce comments "The Director of Guernsey Harbours is a new post which signifies a change in culture from, one of a vital States owned infrastructure asset, to one where commercial opportunities are going to be more rigorously pursued to generate more attractive financial returns for the States of Guernsey.  With a huge Capital expenditure Budget, Guernsey Harbours will have its work cut out to deliver on all of its aspirations.

The lunch will be held in the Regency Room of the OGH Hotel, at 12.15 for 12.30pm on Monday 19th August 2013.  Booking can be made by contacting anne.richardson@guernseychamber.com

 

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