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Chamber of Commerce mapping-out 2015 activities

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 by Isa Baza

Guam - The Guam Chamber of Commerce will be meeting to map out their plans for the New Year. According to Chamber president David Leddy they will be meeting on the 10th develop their strategies for 2015.

"We have a very ambitious program for next year already in regards to the minimum wage increase, our small business focus and development committee has created a small business advisory council, and that council is going to focus on assisting our, especially our small businesses, prepare for the minimum wage hike and provide seminars, resources, training, and sort of a support group to where small businesses can network with each other and help each other to lessen the impact of the minimum wage hike."

According to Leddy a part of their strategy is to also add more value to their membership and increasing their benefits. He adds the main focal point is to boost the island's economy and enhance our quality of life.
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