Chamber wants to partner with government

| 14/08/2014 | 0 Comments

(CNS Business): The Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce wants the same thing that the government does, according to its president, Johann Moxam, who says that there seems to be some reluctance on the part of the government, including the National Workforce Development Agency, “to really sit down at the table and have a candid and comprehensive discussion on the way forward”.

He said, “We see ourselves as an organisation that is willing to partner with the government on any initiative that helps improve the quality of life , overall efficiency but also the cost of doing business in the Cayman Islands.”

The Chamber does not see itself as anything other than wanting to be a part of the solution and helping to maintain the first world quality of life currently enjoyed in these islands.

Moxam said that the organisation, which represents almost 700 businesses that employ over 18,00 people in the Cayman Islands, is a known commodity and a large association with a diverse membership

The organisation encourages the government and the NWDA to see the Chamber for what it is.

“We want the same things,” Moxam said. “We want to partner with this government and all government agencies to ensure that Cayman has the success we all feel it should have and help the persons who need it the most.”

 

 

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