Heather to step down as CEO of Chambers Wales

Over the past five years, Ms Anstey-Myers, as a seasoned business leader, has played a key role in representing business interests to policy makers around the world and in supporting companies of all sizes to their sustainable growth.

Paul Slevin, President of Chambers Wales, said: “Heather’s contribution to Chambers Wales and the support given to our members over the past five years has been invaluable. She has supported and shaped the business community in Central and South Wales and I want to thank her for it. I wish him every success and future happiness.

Ms Anstey-Myers, who was previously General Manager of the Abergavenny Food Festival, said: “It has been my immense privilege to support the business community and to ensure that our customers receive valuable and consistent service throughout the years. challenges of a pandemic and the evolution of European trade. .

“My job at Chambers Wales has been extremely rewarding and I have enjoyed working with such a wide variety of companies and experts. I look forward to exciting new business ventures and thank all of our members for their support and contribution during my tenure in this position. ”

Chambers Wales has helped hundreds of businesses market their goods and services globally and continue to bring together the best industry expertise and resources from around the world to enable Welsh businesses to grow.

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