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5-year Strategic Plan Launched

The Nasinu Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NCCI) aims to improve and increase their trade expos as part of their five-years strategic plan. This was revealed by the Treasurer Manjeet
18 Dec 2017 10:35
5-year Strategic Plan Launched
Sitting from left: Nasinu Chamber of Commerce and Industry former president Humphery Chang, chief executive officer Nasinu Town Council Lute Berends, CEO for Fiji Commerce and Employers Federation Nesbitt Hazelman, and Nasinu Chambers of Commerce and Industry President Samuela Tupou with members of the NCCI on December 15, 2017. Photo: Lusiana Tuimaisala.

The Nasinu Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NCCI) aims to improve and increase their trade expos as part of their five-years strategic plan.

This was revealed by the Treasurer Manjeet Om Prakash during the chamber’s 15th anniversary and the launching of their five-year strategic plan at Rishikul Sanatan College Hall in Nasinu on Friday night.

Mr Prakash said “We also want to set up a very productive high-performance secretariat office which the chamber does not have at the moment.”

He said the chamber works for the business people. It looks after the businesses and how well they can do business in terms of export and import and simultaneously deliver various services to the people.

He said at the establishment of the chamber, there were only four members. The chamber went through lots of ups and downs but  today they have 45 members.

“We are the voice of the business people in Nasinu to the Government,” he said.

“Members raised their concern and issues with the Chamber and we take it up to Government and to the Nasinu Town Council.”

He said the chamber was now working in collaboration with Nasinu Town Council.

“Any business entrepreneurs can join the chamber. We have an open door policy also to people outside Nasinu area.

“Our current members consist of corporate companies, architect, retail shops, exporters, importers, lawyer, medical practitioners.

“Our next project is to review our constitution and conduct an aggressive membership drive by first quarter of 2018.”

Mr Prakash urged all the business people to join the chamber.

“There are great potentials for everybody to gain and grow and we want to see happy business people.

“Sometimes business might be stressful, some people do business but not satisfactorily, and there are lot of reasons behind it that links with economic, political, and social issues.”

Mr Prakash concluded: “We want to see Nasinu as one of the premier municipal chambers in Fiji.”

There were also awards given to some businesses for their contribution to the economy of Nasinu.

The management thanked all their sponsors including Coca-Cola Amatil, Mark One Apparel, Ram Sami and Ram Exports.

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