The Jersey Hospitality Association has announced a "major restructure" to enable it to better represent all the business groups within the sector.
Following their appointment as Co-CEOs in September, Ana and Marcus Calvani have been working on a new structure to get more members involved in the JHA.
Sub-sector groups that reflect the different business interests of members will be set up, each with a Chair who will sit on a newly restructured board. Each sub-sector of the industry will have an equal voice.
Over the coming weeks, the JHA will be starting the restructure process by inviting its members to form groups from each sub-sector.
Pictured: The new JHA restructure.
Marcus Calvani said: “Our job is to restructure this organisation so that it is fit for purpose now and in another 20 years... It is vital that the Association represents all the sub-sectors of our diverse industry, and the true extent of its reach across our island.
"This new structure will enable the JHA to truly represent the entire hospitality industry in a balanced way.”
Ana Calvani said: “The key part of this is that all sectors are represented equally, and each sub-sector will have a vote. We want them to get involved and to use the platform as their voice.”
Tim Hubert, Chair of the JHA Committee, said: "This new strategy will give our members greater ownership of the JHA, letting them play a part in shaping the future direction that the hospitality industry goes in.”
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