1st National Bank Gets Behind Chamber Power Breakfast
October 24, 2023
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1st National Bankof St. Lucia has agreed to be the Title Sponsor of the first Power Breakfast inthe new series of information dissemination and knowledge sharing series of theSt. Lucia Chamber of Commerce Industry and Agriculture.

Permanent Secretary in theMinistry of Finance. Economic Development and Youth Economy, Mr. Francis Fontenelleis the first Presenter to lead the Power Breakfast Series that is expected tobe a must attend event for the movers and shakers of economic growth,employment creation and improved economic and social welfare, the businesscommunity. Top Executives from St. Lucia’s major companies will be in attendanceas the seek to remain on the inside edge, with the most up to date EconomicData for the country being revealed and discussed.

1st National BankSt. Lucia’s first indigenous Bank, that has been in the forefront of supportingthe local economy and business community from its inception and has transformedover the years to a leading bank for corporate St. Lucia and its ordinary citizens.1st National Bank provides its clients with innovative services and issupported and uses cutting edge technology. The Bank has once again steppedforward to help the business community through the Chamber, to provide criticaleconomic data for insightful decision making.

The Chamber is pleased thata longstanding partner and member saw the value of this type of engagement and hasagreed to help make the event a reality. The Chamber Executive Director BrianLouisy, says “the longstanding working relationship between the Chamber and 1stNational Bank continues again helps the Chamber play its critical role of helpingmembers to grow and be successful, by providing, strategic advocacy anddeveloping pro-business policy, business development support, education,training and upskilling opportunities as well as crucial information,communication and networking opportunities through excellent B2B events andactivities”.    

Francis will in a 20-30- minutepresentation provide information on the performance of the economy and theoutlook for the year 2023-2024. Other Industry Experts are expected to makecontributions on St. Lucia’s Economic Outlook.

The Chamber as a “thought leader” in thecountry, knows the timing of this Forum is excellent, and expects a goodattendance at the Event to be held at the Royalton Hotel.

For more information contact the Chamberat 758 4523165 and at info@stluciachamber.org

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