A NEW chief executive has been appointed to succeed Stewart Dunn at the Hampshire Chamber of Commerce.
Mr Dunn is stepping down after three years in the role.
Maureen Frost, currently deputy chief executive, will head the region’s biggest business membership organisation from the end of March, 2017.
Chamber president Andrew Finney said: ‘Maureen has played a key role in our success as a countywide chamber since April 2010. She is well respected across the region as well as in the wider chamber of commerce network. We look forward to supporting her in her new role.
‘At the same time, we are sorry to see Stewart go. He has been instrumental in communicating the strengths of the chamber, while providing first-class leadership and management. He leaves us in a strong position. We wish him all the very best for the future.’