Cham­ber to in­ves­ti­gate im­pact re­port find­ings

Sunshine Coast Daily - Caloundra Weekly - - NEWS - CALOUN­DRA CHAM­BER MICHAEL SHADFORTH

MUCH has been said over the past few months of the Lu­cid Eco­nomics Staff Re­lo­ca­tion Im­pact As­sess­ment Re­port, which was given to the Caloun­dra Cham­ber of Com­merce and Nam­bour Al­liance by Mayor Mark Jamieson.

Our in­ten­tion in lodg­ing the ini­tial Right to In­for­ma­tion Re­quest was to bring to light all in­for­ma­tion per­ti­nent to the peo­ple and busi­nesses of Caloun­dra.

The cham­ber’s goal has al­ways been to work with other stake­hold­ers, in­clud­ing the coun­cil, to un­der­stand in­for­ma­tion in the re­port and the con­se­quences of the tran­si­tion.

From this we in­tend to work with af­fected busi­nesses and key stake­hold­ers so the nec­es­sary ac­tions can be put in place to min­imise the im­pact of staff re­lo­ca­tion. We will con­tinue to an­a­lyse and re­view the find­ings and meet with Lu­cid Eco­nomics to un­der­stand the con­tents of the re­port.

With many pos­i­tive things hap­pen­ing, the cham­ber wants to en­sure we are con­tribut­ing to the vi­sion for Caloun­dra, its main street and its brand and we want to make sure our ac­tions build re­silience and un­der­stand­ing for the town.

For more, email mar­ket­ing @caloun­dracham­ber.com.au.

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