A dynamic group of inspirational young business people is now taking an active role in the management of an organisation which develops the business leaders of tomorrow.
Next Generation Chamber is delivered by Milton Keynes Chamber and its sister Chamber in Northamptonshire to help businesses to nurture staff who are dedicated to advancing their careers by offering regular networking events and personal development sessions.
In less than a year it has attracted around 100 members and last night its inaugural committee, made up of members of the group, held its first meeting to discuss how the organisation should continue to develop.
Chamber chief executive Paul Griffiths said: “The committee is made up of a great mix of personalities who come from a variety of businesses and their first meeting was a real success.
“They have already started contributing to the future development of Next Generation Chamber and will be releasing exciting announcements soon about the appointments of the committee’s inaugural President and Vice President.
“This is just the beginning of a fantastic journey for this committee and for Next Generation Chamber as a whole.”
Next Generation Chamber’s patrons are respected top 40 accountancy firm Mercer & Hole and the University of Northampton.