Robinson new chamber boss
Okanagan Edge Staff - Oct 14, 2020 - People in Business

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The Greater Westside Board of Trade has finally found its new executive director.

Heather Robinson is the new person in charge of West Kelowna’s chamber of commerce and will start in the role this week following a search that was delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

“I have lived in West Kelowna for more than 14 years, and I am excited to see the growth in the community with more people establishing themselves on the Westside and setting up businesses,” Robinson said in a press release.

“I look forward to helping the community to continue to grow and to increasingly support local. I can’t wait to connect with new members and continue the established relationships the GWBOT already has with its members today.”

Robinson previously worked for Re/Max of Western Canada and before that Mission Hill Family Estate Winery, where she helped bring artists like Tony Bennett, David Foster and Sheryl Crow to the Okanagan.

The Greater Westside Board of Trade will announce its Key Business Awards finalists on Oct. 27 and then announce the winners on Nov. 26. Information about both events can be found here.

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