The Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and industry (GCCI) has elected a new executive whose members plan to address priority issues such as capacity building in their tenure.
Following elections held recently, Komal Ramnauth will serve as president, Eon Caesar as senior vice-president and Terry Holder as junior vice president.
During a media briefing at the chamber’s Waterloo Street location yesterday, Ramnauth stated that his team plans to work on the organisation’s five-year strategic plan and to address priority issues. He said the GCCI foresees several challenges which will be adequately addressed and according to him the GCCI plans to partner with several organisations, including USAID in the future.
Past President of the GCCI Chandradath Chintamani said he will continue to support the leadership of the organisation in future and according to him the chamber will continue to work towards attracting persons to its membership.
At yesterday’s briefing its was noted that the GCCI will partner with the Arthur Lok Jack School of Business of Trinidad and Tobago in order to build the professional capacity of its membership .