Networking is essential for the success of any industry. A company needs to make contact with vendors and potential customers know about their needs and challenges and remain aware of current events and potential opportunities. Guam is no exception; in fact one could argue that the rule is even more important in the island community. "I think that any company on Guam that wants to participate and grow in the construction industry on Guam owes it to themselves to become a member of the Guam Contractors' Association "" said Frank Florig government liaison of 3M Guam . . .
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