Thursday update from Chamber
Thanks to the Liberation Group, for a sneak preview/tasting of the new Liberation Ale adorning the 75th Anniversary label. It is a perfect way to head towards May 9th and it’ll be in the shops for next week. Anyway enjoy the night in, as the Major in Fawlty Towers would say, ‘it’s St George’s Day old boy’, it’s also the start of Ramadan, and just one day away from the weekend.
But first the Big news for the BIG NIGHT IN – The Friday Chamber Chat – a new online live video panel session, with the information you need to know – kindly sponsored by Grant Thornton. You simply register – yes, it is free – and can watch, listen and ask questions.
For tomorrow - As the final details of the much-awaited Phase 2 Co-Funding are released, this is a must view live chat. The panel guests for this week, will include the Minister for Economic Development Senator Lyndon Farnham, the Assistant Minister for Treasury and Resources, Senator Ian Gorst and Group Director – Financial Services and Digital Economy, Richard Corrigan. Any advance questions for the panel will be welcomed.
So, we will be LIVE tomorrow at 3-4pm with a Zoom Webinar and you lucky people of the nightly update get first option on the 500 places
You are invited – and the details of how to join are here:
When: Apr 24, 2020 03:00 PM
Topic: Phase 2 Co-Funding
Register in advance for this webinar:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Firstly, we have our first live webchat tomorrow with Ministers on Phase 2 Co-Funding – see above and get on and register. We’ve only got space for 500 of you!
In other news…
Update on the operation of the Government co-funded payroll scheme phase 2
This is yesterday’s statement from Senator Lyndon Farnham.
We are currently awaiting the details on the refinements to the scheme, which at the time of writing are not with us yet.
And here endeth the Thursday night update, get out and do some clapping at 8pm and make sure you join us LIVE tomorrow at 3pm by registering for our Friday Chamber Chat.
Stay safe, stay home and stay in touch,
JERSEY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE