LEADING figures from the Grimsby area seafood sector participated in a June 10 evening sail with CatZero’s Danny Watson at the helm, accompanied by the organisation’s Director of Operations Dave Bertholini, Programme Manager Sean Cahill and several CatZero sailing crew.
The sector group were invited to learn more about CatZero’s service to match work-ready people already engaging with the organisation to employment vacancies within businesses across the Humber region.
The CatZero team were joined on the challenge yacht by representatives from Orsted, Flat Fish, New England Seafood, Grimsby Fish Merchants Association, former CEO of Youngs Seafood Wynne Griffiths and North East Lincolnshire Council Leader Phillip Jackson.
Senior team members engaged many of the seafood industry guests in discussions about the use of the yacht across the organisation’s programmes in addition to further details on how plans to help CatZero participants into the workplace will be fully supported by an experienced team.
Before the yacht departed for a two-hour sail on a suitably windy Humber Estuary, the group were joined for a short visit by MP for Great Grimsby Lia Nici.