On Tuesday December 11th, Director Mark Jacobsen and VIC Customer Service Rep Chris Smith went to the 2017 Frankston Business Networking Night at Sages Cottage Farm Baxter. At this event, our Replas staff can go and meet like-minded business people, establish relationships, grow the business, and network with people in the Greater Frankston area. On Tuesday Mark and Chris took the opportunity to discuss the ‘Circular Economy’ with both Chris Crewther, Federal Member for Dunkley, and Colin Hampton, Frankston City Councillor – North East Ward.
Chris Crewther – “Chris is passionate about making a difference to build the local economy, community and environment. Being involved with community organisations, including one helping young mums re-engage in education and work, Chris understands the challenges facing young people and families.”
Colin Hampton – Cr Hampton pledged to bring councillors together during his mayoral term. He said the coming 12 months will be vital for Frankston since there will be a state election next year. It will be the second time for Cr Hampton in the mayor’s chair. He was previously mayor in 2008-09.