Chamber of Commerce identifies business young guns

Written by on October 1, 2019

An inspirational group of more than 150 young business leaders has made five new appointments to its committee.

Next Generation Chamber is run by Northamptonshire Chamber and its sister Chamber in Milton Keynes, and helps businesses nurture young members of staff by offering them regular personal development sessions and networking events.

Following an intensive interview process the committee has been joined by PR and marketing executive Phebe Mason, of Ashley Riley Communications, head of client partnerships Tom Sarson, of 123 Internet Group, development executive Sian Cassie of Towergate, commercial business development manager Alex Kurila, of acs office solutions, and marketing manager Hannah Brady, of Ocee Design Ltd.

Northamptonshire Chamber chief executive Paul Griffiths said: “Since we launched Next Generation Chamber in 2017 it has exceeded everyone’s expectations.

“It is a vibrant group of young business people and it is our privilege to watch them grow and develop during our networking and personal development sessions.

“The Next Generation committee members are responsible for managing the performance of the Chamber’s activities and representing the interests of the members. As ambassadors they promote the Chamber’s aims and objectives across the business community.

“We had some excellent candidates and I would like to thank everyone who took the time to apply. We are thrilled to welcome our new committee members who we are confident will bring a range of expertise to the organisation.” 

The new committee members join president Connor Slasberg of acs office solutions, vice president Gary Higson, of MBA Design Partnership, Daisy Divoka, of EMW Law LLP and Emma Oliver, of Wilson Browne Solicitors.

Next Generation Chamber’s latest networking event will be held at Northampton Rugby Football Club from 6pm to 8pm on Thursday, October 10, and will include a talk by SK Energy managing consultant Reemesh Patel.
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