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New president for chamber

02 Oct 2012

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Docklands Chamber of Commerce (DCC) has a new president.

Chamber executive member and ING Waterfront City project manager, Stephen Clement, was elected at the DCC annual general meeting on September 18.

Outgoing president, Keith Rankin was elected in 2007 and the presidency had not previously been contested.

Chamber executive member Joh Maxwell was elected vice-president.

Rick Deering will continue his role as DCC treasurer, John McGaw will maintain his role as secretary and Mark Wilson and Sally Hewitt will continue as executive members.

New to the DCC executive are Josephine Tan, Bill Reid and Shane Scanlan.

After the result of the election was announced Mr Rankin said he wished the new committee the best and said he would continue to support the chamber.

“I will be happy to help as long as I’m asked,” Mr Rankin said.

New vice-president Joh Maxwell said the committee would be a new and invigorated Docklands Chamber of Commerce, which would bring together the big and small end of business in Docklands.

“I’m proud, I’m passionate and I want us all to succeed,” Ms Maxwell said.

Mr Clement said the executive committee would provide a new direction for the chamber.

“I am passionate about Docklands and I want as many people as possible to like Docklands,” he said.

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