Coastal Chambers want to end existence of isolation

The two chairpersons of Walvis Bay and Swakopmund’s branches of the Namibia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NCCI) held a meeting recently where they declared the end to an existence of isolation in relation to one another, with coastal businesses and in relation to smaller chambers in the Erongo Region.

The chairperson of the NCCI Walvis Bay, Mr. Johnny Doeseb, appealed for greater cooperation between local businesses and the NCCI Walvis Bay and confirmed a number of projects are soon to commence for a comprehensive membership drive. Doeseb said the NCCI Walvis Bay by virtue of its mandate has much to offer to local businesses, irrespective of size or the type of business activities pursued. Doeseb also pledged to increase the NCCI Walvis Bay’s visibility in the public domain and held specific talks with namib times as the only local newspaper at the coast to assist in this endeavour.
The chairperson of the NCCI Swakopmund, Mr. Paul Njambula, in the meeting urged both the Swakopmund and Walvis Bay chambers to add their weight to smaller business chambers in Erongo, in order to also strengthen these entities and thereby contribute to overall economic development of communities across Erongo.
Both Doeseb and Njambula are new blood to the coastal chambers, having been elected in the chair recently. Both Doeseb and Ndjambula firmly belief in growing NCCI membership and assist with business related information and services.

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