On Thursday 21st November the Esperance Chamber of Commerce and Industry in partnership with Esperance Lotteries House and Qube Bulk Esperance hosted the last Business After Hours for 2019.
Greg Solly, Operations Manager from Qube Bulk Esperance gave those attending the event a great insight into what Qube Bulk Esperance is about, from the amount of bulk products that are handled by Qube per annum to supporting local organisations, such as Clontarf in helping find employment for students.
Esperance Lotteries House Centre Co-ordinater, Aleshia Barrett gave a brief history and outlined what Esperance Lotteries House aims to provide. Esperance Lotteries House new website, designed by Kim Maslin was also launched on the night. Check out the website to find what Esperance Lotteries House as a not for profit organisation is about, office space for rent and rooms for hire.
One of the tenants of Esperance Lotteries House, Claire Mitchell from GIFSA also gave a short presentation of what services they provide.
We were also fortunate to have Mr Peter Rundle Member for Roe attend the event.
Following the presentation all who attended enjoyed the refreshments provided, catching up and networking with local businesses and business owners.
Thank you again to the Co-hosts Esperance Lotteries House and Qube Bulk Esperance for hosting the event and for Esperance Lotteries House for the venue.
An Expression of Interest to co-host a Business After Hours event in 2020 will be sent out to members shortly.