MHKs gelling under new chief "crucial"
As the new government prepares to draw-up a five year plan, Island business leaders await a steer on proposals for economic growth.
Before the general election, candidates were urged to hear the views of sector leaders on the pressures they face, and the type of support they need.
That initiative from the Chamber of Commerce - which says the next administration has to be 'fast moving and decisive' to meet tough challenges, from growing the economy to dealing with Brexit.
Mike Fayle is managing director at Island accountancy firm KPMG.
He says how well MHKs gel under a new chief minister will be crucial: