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Your Chamber welcomes Graham White as our new Head of Operations

A new senior staff member has been appointed to lead Lancaster and Morecambe Chamber of Commerce.

Graham White has joined the Chamber as its new Head of Operations, responsible for leading the staff team and managing activity focused on supporting, connecting, and representing the region’s business community.

He said: “I am very excited and honoured to take on the role of Head of Operations at the Lancaster and Morecambe Chamber of Commerce.

“This opportunity allows me to leverage my expertise to support local businesses and contribute to the growing local economy.”

Graham is Lancaster born and bred, attending Ripley St Thomas School and becoming Deputy Head Boy in his last year.

He secured a degree in Retail and Marketing Management at Loughborough University before starting a career in sales and events within the hospitality sector.

Transitioning into the education and market research sectors, Graham worked in a number of roles focused on forging strategic partnerships and identifying growth opportunities.

Most recently, he was Head of Account Management within a digital marketing agency.

Graham said: “My focus has always been on developing a strong customer-centred approach and building meaningful relationships with clients and partners, and I am pleased to have the opportunity to use my skills and experience to support the Chamber and our region’s business community.”

Outside of his professional career, Graham is a devoted family man with a passion for sports and music.

Lancaster and Morecambe Chamber of Commerce President Christopher Gardner said: “Graham’s appointment signifies an exciting new chapter for the Chamber.

“With his diverse background and proven track record of driving results, Graham is well-positioned to strategically lead the Chamber and support its mission of empowering local businesses to thrive and succeed.

“His strategic vision and dedication to supporting local businesses align perfectly with our mission to be a strong, confident voice to connect and grow a successful business community. We are confident that Graham will bring fresh perspectives and innovative strategies to the role.”

The Lancaster and Morecambe Chamber of Commerce’s history dates back to the 18th century but it has never stood still in its ambition to represent the views and needs of its members. The Chamber provides a range of services and resources to support local businesses achieve their ambition. Lancaster and Morecambe Chamber of Commerce plays a vital role in connecting businesses and driving economic progress.

Current Chamber members can meet Graham at their Breakfast Networking Event on Wednesday 24th April at the Employer Hub, Lancaster and Morecambe College. Book your place here –