25 May 2016

Worthing & Adur Chamber of Commerce actively represents the business community on a local, regional and strategic level. They are a vibrant and fast growing chamber encouraging businesses to work together for mutual success. The Chamber champions local industry to secure future investment and growth in our towns.

As part of the Chamber’s busy summer schedule of events Shoreham Port were delighted to offer members a complimentary presentation and boat tour yesterday evening. After an insightful presentation from Sara Bassett, Finance Director and Deputy Chief Executive at Shoreham Port, the group boarded touring boat ‘Rossann’ for a trip down the canal.

Tim Hague, Property Manager at Shoreham Port took to the microphone and delivered running commentary throughout the tour. One Chamber member commented “I really enjoyed the whole evening from upstairs in Nautilus House with the food and talk until sailing off and listening to Tim telling us, so professionally, about everything we saw. It was very interesting.”

Damian Pulford from Sussex Transport added “The Port has always been a bit of a local enigma, so it’s nice to fully comprehend what they do and how it all works. This type of business “open day” works well for me!”

Tina Tilley, CEO Worthing and Adur Chamber of Commerce commented “Thank you is a poor statement for what must be one of the best events we have held for the Chamber of Commerce.

The welcome and standard of the event set the port tour up wonderfully for what was the highlight of the boat tour. This was an eye opener to all who attended to see the amount of commercial importance the port has to our area. 

Sara Bassett added “Thank you to all who attended our presentation and boat tour yesterday. We had a fantastic evening and thoroughly enjoyed showing members of the Chamber around the Port and answering any questions they had. We are proud to be members of the Worthing & Adur Chamber of Commerce and look forward to meeting new and existing members at future events.”

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