The GFG Alliance have a new initiative providing advice and answers to residents who have questions, concerns or want to learn more about how the business is progressing.
Community and Stakeholder Engagement Advisor Denise Sharpe will set up a stall in Whyalla Public Library throughout the year with free sessions for the public.
“We want anyone with an interest in our operations – be it wanting to know more or having concerns – to pop in for a drink and a chat, and an opportunity to meet face‐to‐face with someone from GFG,” Denise said.
It’s part of their focus on local community and offers a casual look into GFG and their staff through a free chat session with no appointment necessary.
“The intent is to make these community chat sessions a regular activity on the calendar, with two more planned for the remainder of the year,” Denise said.
The first session is today (Thursday June 27) from 10am – 3pm in the Whyalla Public Library Training Room.
While there are no appointments necessary, residents can contact Denise if they would like to book a specific time.
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Denise is also welcoming both positive and negative feedback outside of these sessions.