The St. Lucia Air & Seaports Authority will be the featured presenters at the St. Lucia Chamber of Commerce Executive Luncheon on September 12th, 2023, starting at 12;30 p.m.
This is the first Chamber Executive Luncheon since the COVID-19pandemic and is expected to be very well attended as the subject matter is of immense national interest. SLASPA will present important information and insight on its major projects that are ongoing and about to start, viz., the Hewanoora International Airport Development Project and the Castries Harbour Project to be executed by Global Port Holdings (GPH).
The Executive Luncheon pre Covid-19 was a staple on the Chamber calendar of information dissemination and networking events where Chamber Members had the opportunity in a short intense Luncheon Presentation to get critical information from experts on various issues. In fact many key agencies utilized the Luncheon as an important vehicle to reach the captains of industry on the island.
Chamber Members will be out in numbers to listen to SLASPA Head Honchos provide insight and credible updates on these two important projects that will have long lasting and major impact on the Saint Lucia economy and business environment. Executive Director of the St. Lucia Chamber of Commerce, Brian Louisy noted “the Chamber Executive Luncheon has always been a primary vehicle for the Chamber Members to be informed in a targeted and concise way over one to two hours, where they sit face to face with experts on the subject, can ask questions and get useful and critical business and economic information. We are excited about being able to bring the Executive Luncheon Series and know our members are also very happy with its re-introduction.”
The Executive Luncheon is being presented by SLASPA and takesplace on September 12th, 2023, at the Harbor Club. Interestedindividuals are encouraged to secure their place early, as spaces are limited.To register and obtain more information about the event, please contact the St.Lucia Chamber of Commerce at 452 -3165.
The St. Lucia Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture is located at Orange Park Commercial Building, 1st Floor, Bois D’Orange, Gros Islet.
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