Stay tuned for new website
THE Airlie Beach Chamber of Commerce’s recent networking breakfast was hosted at Peppers Airlie Beach, with over 50 members and nonmembers taking part.
Guest speakers were Whitsunday Regional Council CEO Scott Waters and Greg Noonan, Head of Business Markets for Queensland and Agribusiness at NAB.
A Chamber committee representative attended the recent “Tendering for Government Business” workshop run by the Queensland Government.
Further information, facts and relevant tendering websites will be sent out to all members in the Chamber’s Business Boost.
Of interest, is the Business and Industry Portal initiated by Queensland Government.
It is an extremely informative website containing information sheets and guidelines for all aspects of business, whether starting, running, growing, or exiting a business.
The site also provides links to current tendering opportunities, capability statement workshops, economic statistics and more.
Feedback from Chamber’s tax seminar hosted On Tues- day, June16 at the Reef Gateway Hotel and presented by Leader Group and AccountancyPlus, has been very positive.
The Chamber also wishes to thank Paul Burke, Adam Davies and Christene Devery for their time and efforts.
The Chamber’s first meeting for the Festivals, Events and Clubs Sub-committee will be today at 6pm and held at the Palm House (Big 4 Adventure Whitsunday).
This initiative is for a collaborative committee working symbiotically to enable all groups and organisations to achieve their objectives – fiscally and organisationally – through strategic mapping of events, and pooling of knowledge, volunteers, resources, ideas, and contacts.
If you have not received a welcome/invitation letter please contact Judy on info@ airliebeachchamber.com.au.
Stay tuned for the launch of our new website.
Members will have access to member to member deals, a calendar of events, IR information, templates, fact sheets and more.
For more information and queries regarding membership please email info@ airliebeachchamber.com.au.