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Houma-Terrebonne Chamber of Commerce Education Values 2018

11.09.2018
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Houma-Terrebonne Chamber of Commerce Education Values 2018

Houma-Terrebonne Chamber of Commerce Education Values 2018
One of Houma-Terrebonne Chamber of Commerce’s objectives is to provide support for the educational institutions of Terrebonne Parish. The Chamber recognizes the importance of strong schools and education opportunities. We believe the educational environment is a key economic and quality of life driver in the region. To that end, the Chamber recognizes the expertise of educators and administrators in delivering a high-quality academic experience in elementary and secondary schools, the community, the technical college, the region’s university, the […]

Chamber Starts Search for New CEO

28.08.2018
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The board of the Houma-Terrebonne Chamber of Commerce has started the search for the new CEO. The Houma-Terrebonne Chamber of Commerce is seeking a qualified candidate for the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) position. College or university degree required. Experience in management and related personnel issues. Proven organizational and planning skills. Excellent interactive people skills in working with a board of directors, members, the public and other organizations. Must be a self-starter with high energy level of proven leadership skills and creative thinking. Excellent public speaking and written communication skills. General knowledge of local governmental and political process […]

Senator reflects on regulation, spending and job successes

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By Julia Arenstam Staff Writer

U.S. Sen. John Kennedy highlighted his efforts to reduce regulations, cut government spending and increase jobs today at a joint luncheon of area chambers of commerce members.

With a background of being state treasurer for five terms, the Louisiana Republican criticized government spending, saying business owners and individual taxpayers are better stewards of their money.

“Some colleagues think we’re just one tax increase away from prosperity. I’ve never seen a parish, country, city, state or civilization tax itself into prosperity or spend itself into prosperity […]

Officials discuss the need for a constitutional convention

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By Scott McLendon Staff Writer

The Houma-Terrebonne Chamber of Commerce hosted a discussion Tuesday about this year’s legislative sessions.

The discussion featured comments from top executives and lobbyists. Guest speakers included Barry Erwin, the president and CEO of the Council for a Better Louisiana, Robert Scott, president of the Public Affairs Research Council of Louisiana, Eric Sunstrom, president of the Chesapeake Group and chamber of commerce lobbyist, and Louisiana Association of Business and Industry President Stephen Waguespack.

The panelists discussed the possibility of a constitutional convention to address the state’s […]

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