Chamber’s Budget breakfast sold out
The Bermuda Chamber of Commerce’s Budget Breakfast is sold out.
The event, to be staged at the Hamilton Princess and Beach Club on February 25, will feature Curtis Dickinson, the Minister of Finance, speaking before a business audience three days after he delivers his maiden Budget Statement in the House of Assembly.
In making the announcement, Kendaree Burgess, the Chamber’s chief executive officer, said: “We are so pleased with the support and interest this annual event garners within the Bermuda business community. The early interest and sell out of the event should provide for a lively discussion and review of the Budget Statement.”
Mr Dickinson will be joined by panellists John Wight, president of the Chamber of Commerce, Nathan Kowalski, chief financial officer of Anchor Investment Management, Roland “Andy” Burrows, CEO of Bermuda Business Development Agency and Chris Furbert, president of the Bermuda Industrial Union.
The panel will be moderated by Arthur Wightman, PwC Bermuda leader.
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