Wednesday, June 19, 2019

PamCham holds 1st dialogue with president

PAMPANGA. Pampanga Chamber (PamCham) president Rene Romero together with PamCham members after the "dialogue with the president" on Wednesday, January 30, 2019 at the Carworld Training Room. (Nicole Renee David)

MEMBERS of the Pampanga Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Inc. (PamCham) on Wednesday, January 30, attended the first organized dialogue with chamber president Rene Romero at the Carworld Training Room in the City of San Fernando.

During the dialogue, the members aired and expressed their concerns, requests and suggestions about the chamber, which Romero acknowledged.

Romero said he was glad that the members were able to make talk about matters that PamCham officers can attend to.

“The members’ active support to PamCham’s advocacies and participation in its activities will ensure the continued influence, credibility and integrity of the chamber in the business community. PamCham can help their businesses grow and sustain Pampanga’s development,” Romero said.

“The raised concerns of theirs would be immediately put into action, because we would do everything to satisfy our fellow members. We need to work together as an organization. The member's issues and concerns will be conveyed to government and I will exhort PamCham’s board of directors to be conscious of the issues, be responsive to on feedbacks and adopt their suggestions,” he said.

“My heartfelt thanks to the attendees of the dialogue consultation. The meeting was a success because you cared enough to share your opinions, feedbacks and suggestions for the improvement of PamCham


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