Chamber Lunch - July 2017

Chamber Lunch - July 2017 : Wednesday 12 July

Guest speakers: Dr Ian Skinner, Assistant Director for Strategic Planning, States of Jersey and the Chief Minister

‘Future Jersey’

Jersey is on the cusp of creating its first shared, long term vision. At our July Chamber Lunch our guest speaker Dr Ian Skinner, who compiled the report, will present the key ambitions from the soon-to-be released ‘Future Jersey’ consultation document. Aimed at promoting discussion about the community, economic and environmental outcomes we want for our Island, we will also hear how the vision might affect how we do business.


The venue for this lunch is the Pomme d'Or Hotel and guests should arrive no later than 12.30. The Chamber President will be delivering a welcome speech at 12.40, followed by lunch. 

We will seek to close the event by 14.30.

The menu for this event will be: Pork escallop cooked with apples and calvados, served with Dauphinoise potatoes and a café au lait sauce.


Event Sponsor: BWCI Group

Wine Sponsor: Dunell's Premier Wines

Coffee Sponsor: Cooper and Co. Jersey

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