Chamber of Commerce wants to know what keeps Forrestfield business owners awake

Chamber of Commerce wants to know what keeps Forrestfield business owners awake

FORRESTFIELD business owners have been asked to tell the Chamber of Commerce and Industry in WA what keeps them up at night.

The Chamber is hosting a networking sundowner for local businesses in Forrestfield on November 24, to give them a chance to have their say on state issues that affect their business.

The free event is an opportunity to make the voice of business heard in the lead-up to the State Election.

“We want to hear from local business owners about what keeps them up at night and what is holding their business back from growing,” chief executive Deirdre Willmott said.

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“Our role is to find solutions for the issues that hold business back so that those issues are on the agenda for the March 2017 State Election.

It’s business that creates jobs to support families, so it’s critical business is always front and centre of political debate. With four months until the State Election, it is the perfect time for business owners to make their voices heard.”

The event is at the Hale Road Tavern from 5.30-7.30pm.

To register your interest, contact the Chamber on 9365 7500.