The Chamber of Commerce and Industry have held their first ‘Business After Hours’ event of 2019, with more than 60 business owners and representatives in attendance.
The event, held on January 31, was co-hosted by Windich House Business Tenants Twilight Yoga Studio, G2it, Arc Accounting and Financial Solutions, Bayview Chiropractic and Sports Practice and ACMOS Bioenergetic.
Chamber of Commerce chief executive officer Kylie Ryan said it was fantastic to see so many business representatives in attendance and stressed the importance of the networking opportunity.
Esperance Chamber of Commerce president and Bluemar Managing director Dr Shaun Meares echoes Ms Ryan’s sentiments and extended thanks to those who had helped to make the evening a success.
“It’s great to see Esperance Chamber of Commerce and Industry members taking full advantage of networking opportunities,” he said.
“We [the Esperance Chamber of Commerce and Industry] appreciate the generosity of the hosts for the evening.”
It is understood the Chamber are planning to host as many as six ‘After Hours’ functions during 2019 and encouraged business representatives to attend.
For more information, or to find out how you can get involved, visit www.esperancecci.com.au/
The Chamber of Commerce are also due to host a briefing for the Bandy Creek Weir Reinstatement Tender on February 4 at 1pm, allowing local businesses to meet with lead contractors to discuss sub-contracting their services for the project.
To RSVP to the business briefing, call the Esperance Chamber of Commerce and Industry on (08) 9071 5142 or email firstname.lastname@example.org