Welcome to The Cranbourne Chamber of Commerce
We are pleased to announce the new Chamber of Commerce Committee for 2015/16
President: Dr Andrew Arnold, Cranbourne Family Chiropractic and Wellness Centre
Vice President: Kate Parkinson, BBRC Property
Secretary: Maree Cullinan, Balla Balla Community Centre
Treasurer: Peter Glanz, First Class Accounts
General Committee Members: Ian Wood, Surf FM, Bill Friend, Westernport Insurance Brokers, Ian Alphey, Alphey Automotive, Pascal Hartmann, Total Simplici-T, Andy Reid, Stockdale & Leggo
The Cranbourne Chamber of Commerce is a long-standing institution which has been serving the needs of local business and the community of Cranbourne and surrounding areas for decades and will continue to do so for a long time yet.
The Vision and Mission of the Cranbourne Chamber of Commerce is:
VISION: ‘Building strong foundations for growth and success’
MISSION: We conduct ourselves with integrity, accountability and respect. The chamber provides a dynamic and vibrant platform for growth and success for our members and community.
The purpose of the Cranbourne Chamber of Commerce & Industry Inc. is to:
- Holding regular meetings for members
- Liaising with other Chambers of Commerce on a regular basis
- Developing strong links with appropriate Local, State and Federal Government Agencies
- Conducting relevant research on an ongoing basis
- Supporting the development of a strong local community and a sense of civic pride
- Encouraging all businesses within Cranbourne to become members of the Chamber
With a progressive and strong executive team on board and a business community (membership) which continues to grow in numbers and go from strength to strength, the Chamber is well positioned to articulate and advocate for the aspirations, needs and desires of our business community.
Our website is just one of the new initiatives which has been developed to serve the interests of our members as well as the wider community. Businesses come on board with the Chamber, as it’s a forum in which people can exchange great ideas, meet new people, learn from others, and above all, grow their business, so if you’re thinking of joining us, please do, we’d love to have you.
There are many new and interesting challenges facing businesses, therefore it is vitally important that, at a local level particularly, there are strong strategic partnerships with key players such as Local and State Government, peak bodies, local community groups, non government organisations and more generally the residents of Cranbourne and the wider City of Casey. After all, we want our residents to shop locally, and to be consulted when Local and State Government are considering new projects in our town.
As a Chamber, we are very excited to hear from anyone who feels they can constructively contribute to building on the existing strengths of the business sector and adding value through creative ideas and solutions to perceived problems.
We look forward to serving our community in an effective and meaningful way and working with all businesses and the community in the upcoming days. If you would like to find out more, please contact us, and we’ll be happy to help.
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