Chamber Lunch - February 2018

Chamber Lunch - February 2018 : Wednesday 21 February



With guest speaker Charlie Parker, Chief Executive Officer, States of Jersey


‘One government: a vision for a modern public sector in Jersey’


The new Chief Executive of the States of Jersey will set out his vision for the future of a ‘one government’ public sector, providing modern public services and long-term infrastructure for the people of Jersey. He will outline his ambition for a modern, flexible, efficient public sector, with a “right first time” culture, that works together as one government, focused on modern, high-quality, affordable customer services, a growing and sustainable economy, and infrastructure that will serve generations of Islanders. He will set out the changes that he has already set in motion and indicate other priorities for action during his first 100 days. He will also talk about a new partnership between government and business.


Venue: The Royal Yacht

Menu: Slow cooked pork belly, parmesan mash, asparagus and a tagine sauce.


Event Sponsor: Sancus

Wine Sponsor: Dunell's Premier Wines

Coffee Sponsor: Cooper & Co

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