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Chamber success

29 Oct 2019

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The Docklands Chamber of Commerce (DCC) recapped another strong year at its annual general meeting on October 22.

Held at Neolemonade on Collins St, the event saw a strong turnout of members hear long-standing president Johanna Maxwell deliver a detailed summary of the chamber’s achievements, which also included a look ahead to 2020.

Ticking off three major strategic goals for 2019, the chamber enters 2020 with more than 200 members, advanced plans for a permanent activation of Victoria Harbour and having secured the inaugural Docklands Business Awards.

From Carols Undercover at The District Docklands, New Year’s Eve fireworks and Australia Day celebrations to Run 4 the Kids, the winter Firelight Festival and a host of its own member events, 2019 arguably marks the chamber’s most active year to date.

And there is still plenty to come. For more information or to become a member visit docklandscc.com.au or read DCC executive officer Shane Wylie’s monthly updates in Docklands News, which this month features on page 29.

Three new members also joined the executive committee on the night, including Athol Hodgetts (O’Briend Icehouse), Ahmad Trad (Xary) and Peter Kelly (Docklands Private Collection). Johanna Maxwell and Daniel Hibberd were re-elected as president and vice-president, respectively. Glenda Archibald remains as treasurer.

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