OCCI's Strategic Planning Session

Posted on: Tuesday, 11 December 2018 at 9:38:08 AM

We would like to take this opportunity to invite all OCCI members along to the OCCI Strategic Planning Session morning to be held on Tuesday the 11th of December – 7am to 11am at the Shire Hall.


It has been approximately 4 years since OCCI did a detailed review of the strategic plan for the organisation and would like to use this opportunity for all OCCI members to come along to an open session facilitated by an external consultant to have your say on what you and your businesses would like to get out of the Onslow Chamber of Commerce & Industry.


The constitutional purpose of OCCI is to actively promote the interests of its members in the business community and provides a range of services to generate positive outcomes for commercial and professional organisations. Through the endeavours of the Chamber and its members, it encourages cooperation to benefit the interests of the wider community and secure positive outcomes for the town.


So use this opportunity to come along and have your say and discuss questions such as:

  • Where is OCCI going?
  • What does OCCI exist?
  • How do we get here?
  • What would you like to see?
  • How are we going to get there?


Prior to the session we would like to ask you all take a few minutes to complete this short survey, this will assist the engaged consultant when conducting the open session: https://businessfoundations.typeform.com/to/J2dWnK

All responses are strictly confidential and no response will be identifiable to the respondent.


If you are unable to attend but would really like to have your say please let OCCI know and we will arrange for you to have a conversation with the consultant.

Attached you will see a flyer with all the details, to register your attendance please simply follow this link: https://occisp.eventbrite.com.au


Don’t miss out on this opportunity to have your say on the future of the Onslow Chamber of Commerce & Industry.

If you have any questions about any of this please don’t hesitate to get in contact with OCCI.

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