May Business After Hours

The diversity of the Denmark Chamber of Commerce membership was demonstrated at the May Business After Hours when the local Not for Profit Denmark Arts Council collaborated with the nationwide communications business nbn to host the event.

The Director of Denmark Arts Council, Abbie Pedersen, and Katina Bowie, Regional Development Manager for nbn, welcomed DCC members to the Artshouse.

The event was well attended with good representation from both the Denmark Arts and Denmark Chamber committees.

Chamber members were invited to explore the new Andre Steyl gallery and the new shop in the Artshouse which stocks locally made arts and crafts.

Denmark Arts staff are busy preparing for the Festival of Voice which will feature more than 80 artists over the June long weekend.

Katina Bowie alerted local Fixed Wireless users that there will be scheduled outages over the next couple of months as towers are upgraded. The upgrades will provide faster speeds and extend the coverage of the nbn Fixed Wireless network.

Katina noted that service providers such as Telstra and Aussie Broadband should also provide direct communication to their customers.

Anala Linckens was the lucky prize winner of a hamper.













Anala Linckens and Katina Bowie

Sarah Willis and Mark Scott

Cr Kingsley Gibson and Cr Clare Campbell