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Fiji USA Business Council Moves From Maximise

Please note that the Council email has changed from secretariat@fiji­amcham.com to fijiusabc@outlook.com, kindly update your records. The old email address will be dis­connected in the near term.
23 Feb 2019 17:54
Fiji USA Business Council Moves From Maximise

Fiji USA Business Council is no longer using the service of HR Consultants Maxumise Fiji to handle their Secretariat of the Council. The Fiji USA Busi­ness Council are in the process of engaging a new Secretariat within the next two to three weeks, there­fore, the Secretariat is still in tran­sition.

The Council would like to thank Team Maxumise for their work and dedication towards the FIJI USA Business Council for the past 12 years. “Thank you so much and it was a great pleasure indeed.”

Council Email Address:

Please note that the Council email has changed from secretariat@fiji­amcham.com to fijiusabc@outlook.com, kindly update your records. The old email address will be dis­connected in the near term.

Council membership form

The council has a new member­ship form and they have requested members to complete the form and email it back to them. You will re­ceive the 2019 subscription invoice as soon as you submit your com­pleted form.

The completed forms are required from current/renewing members and potential new members.

The council has added request for information on the form, this was designed to gather as much information as possible about your business to enable them to link you with your area of interest through the Council communications and activities.

The council wants to understand you to enable them serve your needs.

In-addition, your representative(s) contact is important to them, they want to make sure your representa­tives are well informed and invited to the Council activities.

Therefore, they need to update their database.

Miscommunication in the past

There may have been miscommu­nication in the past as they were informed that some members rep­resentatives may have not been receiving information, invites, etc. So, they want to make sure they don’t leave anyone behind. The council have made the filling process of its form user friendly, simply complete it electronically (pdf) without printing and email it to them when done. Their aim is to make this process more effective and easy as they understand you are busy.

Please feel free to share the mem­bership form with anyone you know who may be interested in joining their community.

The council have placed the mem­bership form on the social media channels as well.

Other positive changes will be forthcoming to enhance the com­munication lines of the Council with its members. Stay tuned.

Make sure to follow them on:

Follow the Fiji USA Business Council on LinkedIn (linkedin.com/in/fiji-amcham-pacific), Twitter htt­ps://twitter.com/FIJIUSABC) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/FJUSBC/).

Big Human Resource

Management

Meeting in Nadi in March

The Fiji Human Resources Insti­tute (FHRI) is proud to host the Asia Pacific Federation of Hu­man Resource Management Board Meeting (APFHRM) in Fiji on March 16.

As a lead activity to the APFHRM Board Meeting; the FHRI has put together a one-day Networking Fo­rum on Friday, March 15.

The networking event will be with a good blend of local and interna­tional speakers who will address the Forum on various thematic areas.

The theme for the Forum is “The Economic Impact that HRM has on Business Success”.

The venue is Radisson Blu Resort, Denarau.

The Forum is open to Directors, Chief Executives, Senior Execu­tives, HR Executives & Practition­ers and other interested stakehold­ers.

Investment for this event is $550 per person for members and $650 per person for non-members.

Chinese New Year Celebrations and Business Forum today in Nadi

The very active Nadi Chamber of Commerce & Industry have organ­ised a Chinese New Year and Busi­ness Forum today at Capricorn In­ternational, Nadi.

Registration begins at 2pm.

Some of the guest speakers are the Chinese Embassy- Economic and Commercial Counsellor Li Zhi, Renu Chand of KPMG, speak­ing on the Companies Act 2015, and Kishore Kumar from Original Green Tour speaking on Chinese Tourists.

Ambalika Kutty from Vodafone ATH Foundation will speak on Business Prospers in Successful Communities then Dr Sakul Kun­dra speak on Chinese Influence in Fiji’s business community.

While there will also be a Nadi Town to City Status.

It ends at 6pm with a cocktail/fel­lowship today. For further informa­tion contact Shalendra Prasad on 9232073 or email: photojournalist.fiji@gmail.com

Feedback: maraia.vula@fijisun.com.fj



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