Lawyer Luis Gierbolini became, today, the new president-elect of the Puerto Rico Chamber of Commerce (CCPR). Voting for the position ended with the participation of 63 percent of the institution's enrollment.
Gierbolini, who competed with David Vergel for the CCPR chairmanship, obtained the greatest support from the chambermaids. The voting began on June 10 and ended yesterday, June 26, and today the result was announced at the 107th Annual General Assembly.
"I thank all the chambermaids who supported me and those who did not, I am going to work for all of you and together we will fight for the best benefit of the CCPR and the development of Puerto Rico, "said the president-elect.
Gierbolini said that he begins his position, this week, outlining what his work plan will be. According to him, the plan is based on providing direct attention to the member and his needs. Likewise, he stressed that he will work in the vision of the institution as a multisectoral that unites the small merchant, the large, the local and those who come to contribute to free enterprise and the economic development of Puerto Rico.
"I am a chambermaid and I am focused on strengthening the Chamber, I believe in free enterprise and entrepreneurship as the fundamental basis of the Institution. In me they have an ally, a collaborator, I come to work and I will defend the values and statutes of our Institution, "said Gierbolini.
It should be noted that the president-elect has been an active member of the Chamber for 20 years. Currently, he is treasurer of the Chamber and in recent years he has stood out for being part of various committees within the CCPR.
Luis Gierbolini is president of Gierbolini Consulting Group LLC and Luis A. Gierbolini Law Offices, PSC, from where He practices accounting, tax consulting, and other business areas. Also, practice tax, corporate and commercial law. In 2009, he founded the firm Saaggezza, LLC, which provides, together with leading professionals, financial, administrative, and accounting consulting services to state governments and multinational corporations.