Busi­nesses in Euroa come to­gether un­der new name

Euroa Gazette - - NEWS -

BUSI­NESS Euroa, a group of in­di­vid­u­als rep­re­sent­ing busi­nesses in the town, met last week to dis­cuss their vi­sion for the fu­ture.

The group has given it­self a change, now go­ing un­der the name of Euroa Cham­ber of Com­merce.

The new cham­ber in­tends to be ac­tive in pro­mot­ing and sup­port­ing Euroa busi­nesses, whilst giv­ing its mem­bers a voice which they have not had for the last year or so.

The group cur­rently con­sists of 27 mem­bers, which has sig­nif­i­cantly de­clined in the past year, af­ter hav­ing 12 months off.

It is hoped now that the group is ac­tive once again and has di­rec­tion, those num­bers will rise and they can get as many lo­cal busi­nesses in­volved in the group as pos­si­ble.

Act­ing pres­i­dent Stephanie Swift (Thom­son) said they plan to ap­proach all ac­tive trades, pro­fes­sion­als and all cat­e­gories of busi­nesses in our town, to have as much in­volve­ment by its mem­bers as pos­si­ble.

The group is invit­ing all to get in­volved, with the next meet­ing date on Oc­to­ber 10 at 5.45pm in the li­brary meet­ing room.

Tem­po­rary po­si­tions were put in place at the first meet­ing with­act­ing vice pres­i­dent Den­nis Rebbeck, act­ing sec­re­tary Jac­qui Thom­son and act­ing trea­surer Melinda An­der­son

The on­go­ing com­mit­tee will be ap­pointed at the AGM in Novem­ber and the group will hold meet­ings on the sec­ond Wed­nes­day of ev­ery month.

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