On behalf of our members and Board of Directors….Welcome to Narellan Chamber of Commerce
As Narellan Chamber enters it’s 28th year, I look forward to the challenges AND opportunities the future will bring for the Chamber's communities and the businesses which the Chamber serves. I am so proud of the Chamber’s accomplishments thus far and the important role we play in supporting and enhancing our local businesses.
The Chamber has amazing value! Your Chamber membership not only entitles you to a lengthy list of direct benefits and services for your business, it links you to the communities we serve and opens the door to relationships you won’t find anywhere else. That’s really what the Chamber is about – building relationships. Our Chamber will continue to be committed to supporting our businesses and communities. By working together we can create a successful and purposeful business climate, we can move forward and prosper.
From Ambassadors visits to networking events and small business education and resources, the Chamber has been the organisation local businesses have turned to – in good times and in the tougher times, however recent years have shown the prosperity of our business community and the growth of Narellan Chamber of Commerce becoming one of the biggest chambers in the area. We continue to promote "it's good business to do business with Chamber members”.
If you have not been to a Chamber event recently, make an effort to do so in the coming months; I guarantee it will be worth your time and I mean that wholeheartedly.
I am proud to say the Chamber has had some very successful annual events, from our annual Christmas in Narellan and Combined Business Event of the Year, to working with the NSW Business Chamber, Breakfast meeting with the Premier of NSW the Hon Mike Baird; bringing inspirational and business speakers to our chamber such as Mark Bouris, Michelle Bridges, Danny Geale, Pat Farmer, Naomi Simson, A2 Milk, just to name a few as well as networking with our own elite businesses at our regular monthly meetings that attract well over a 100 members at each meeting.
We always encourage our current members, to provide any comments and suggestions on how we can better serve and promote the local business community. The Chamber strives in everything that we do to promote YOU – the small business owner.
Lastly, but perhaps most importantly, is the advocacy role the chamber plays. We work hard to understand the issues affecting your business and then lobby on your behalf to all levels of government. Our committees are made up of engaged members who further explore issues and lobby for policy and recommendations for change. Most recently Narellan Chamber represented this region on the Second Sydney Airport Committee to lobby for the needs of our members. As you can see, your membership has a great impact on improving the business climate in Narellan and its surrounding suburbs.
If you are new to the Chamber, please remember, the greater your involvement, the bigger the return on your investment. It takes time to understand what the entire chamber can do for your operation and to make connections with local business and community leaders. I encourage you to remain engaged and seriously consider participation on a committee.
I am pleased and honored to be your President. We welcome your feedback and look forward to hearing from you during the year. You, the members, are the foundation of the Narellan Chamber and together we will continue to be "The Voice of Business" in Narellan during its growth.
I personally look forward to working with YOU to grow YOUR business and in turn continuing to promote Businesses supporting Community supporting Businesses.
Narellan Chamber of Commerce
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