IN PICTURES: Denmark Chamber of Commerce in Christmas mode at final Business After Hours

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Steve Suttie, Haikam Threadgold and Tyrone Threadgold.
Camera IconSteve Suttie, Haikam Threadgold and Tyrone Threadgold. Credit: Denmark Chamber of Commerce

Denmark Chamber of Commerce members rang in the festive season and said goodbye to a difficult year at the December Business After Hours earlier this month.

The meet-up was the last of the year for the DCC, which invites business leaders to mingle and discover the new and exciting things happening in members’ businesses each month.

Sonia Dezius, Gadi Barak and Annette Carmichael.
Camera IconSonia Dezius, Gadi Barak and Annette Carmichael. Credit: Denmark Chamber of Commerce
Michelle Lott and Stuart Evans.
Camera IconMichelle Lott and Stuart Evans. Credit: Denmark Chamber of Commerce

The December catch-up was held at Rockliffe Winery, with owner Steve Hall unveiling his new range of wine, Nautica.

The event was co-hosted by Artisan Brewing, Gin Lao, the Great Southern Development Commission, and Regional Development Australia.

Elysia Harrison, Steve Hall and Mike Garland.
Camera IconElysia Harrison, Steve Hall and Mike Garland. Credit: Denmark Chamber of Commerce
Julia and Brian Fitzgerald.
Camera IconJulia and Brian Fitzgerald. Credit: Denmark Chamber of Commerce

Artisan Brewing’s Brian and Julia Fitzgerald are in their sixth year of brewing in the Great Southern and thanked the local businesses in attendance for supporting their venture.

Gin Loa’s Haikam Threadgold and Steve Suttie shared their passion for flavourful Laotian-inspired food with their son Tyrone, an apprentice chef, on hand to plate up a taste of their family business which went down a treat among guests.

Simon Lyas and Jo Taylor.
Camera IconSimon Lyas and Jo Taylor. Credit: Denmark Chamber of Commerce

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