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Chamber Lunch

The Chamber Lunch is held on the third Monday of each month at the OGH Hotel, 12.15 for a 12.30pm start by the guest speaker followed by a 2 course lunch with a glass of wine, after which the speaker is back for Q&A's aiming to finish by 2pm.  

This month, the Chamber is delighted to welcome Mark Darby, the recently appointed CEO of Aurigny, as our speaker.

Mark will be talking about some of the challenges of running the airline, the key decisions Aurigny will be making in the coming months, and how he sees "our airline" developing in the future.

Rupert Dorey, President of Chamber of Commerce comments "the size of the travelling population to and from Guernsey presents difficult philosophical questions as to Aurigny's strategic purpose - to fulfil the crucial function of a reliable and frequent carrier for the island or a sacrificial lamb to the altar of unfettered competition." 

This event is ideal for networking or corporate entertaining as places can be reserved on an individual basis or a group booking. Tickets cost £19 for members or £25 for non-members and can be reserved by emailing anne.richardson@guernseychamber.com.

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