Great Yarmouth: Time to ‘talk up’ the town
The latest meeting of the Great Yarmouth Chamber Council, was chaired by the new President of Great Yarmouth Chamber Council, John Morse from Gardline, at which the members debated how best to ‘talk up’ Great Yarmouth.
It was agreed that more effort should be made to highlight the positive aspects of doing business in Great Yarmouth. Cllr Trevor Wainwright, Leader of the Great Yarmouth Borough Council emphasised that the Cabinet was very keen to work alongside the business community to drive economic growth in Great Yarmouth. One suggestion was a summit meeting to be held in the New Year to create a plan of action that will encompass two key objectives: support for local businesses and support for inward investment into Great Yarmouth.
Great Yarmouth Chamber Council members also decided on a dialogue exercise with Chamber members based in Great Yarmouth. The Chamber Council will take a cross-section of Great Yarmouth Chamber members and hold one-to-one conversations with them as to what their main concerns are, how the Chamber can engage further with these members, and what we can all do to create economic prosperity in Great Yarmouth.
John Morse said “I believe that it is important for the Great Yarmouth Chamber Council to lend its weight and full commitment to a process of enthusiastic regeneration of Great Yarmouth, and we will now take an active lead in this process, on behalf of businesses in the town”
If you are a Great Yarmouth Chamber member and want to be involved in the dialogue exercise, please contact Nova Fairbank on Tel: 01603 729713 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.