The Armidale Business Chamber is the voice of business in our region.

The Chamber works to inspire, energise and resource local businesses, by:

  1. Creating connections and helping forge stronger business networks;
  2. Promoting change and innovation
  3. Facilitating quality training and development
  4. Recognising local business excellence.

Want to join more than 200 businesses committed to growing our businesses - and our city? We meet regularly - at least monthly - together trades, professional services and other businesspeople.

Please take a look at the benefits of membership - and  come join us!


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01 Jun Small Business Bus visits Armidale The Small Biz Bus is coming to town - providing information and advice at no cost to small businesses. Small Biz Connect advisors are experienced in small business and able to talk to you about the issues and questions that arise in small business. You might be looking for guidance on your finances, staffing, expansion plans, starting a business, dealing with other businesses or government, marketing or making the most of your opportunities online. It's part of the Small Biz Connect business advisory program, funded by the NSW Government. Book a session with an advisor at no cost by calling 1300 134 359 or by visiting Small Biz Connect's website. Wednesday 1 June Location: Beardy Street Mall (western end), Armidale Time: 9am - 3pm 02 Jun How UNE and CSIRO can help your business/agribusiness grow The Chamber invites you to meet with UNE Business School and CSIRO about potential partnerships and projects that can help your operations grow. UNE Business School's Prof Derek Baker and Prof John Rice, and CSIRO's Dave Fleming will be joining us for a wide ranging discussion on opportunities for local business collaboration. At the event, Prof John Rice - Discipline Leader, Management and Marketing at UNE Business School, will share insights into what drives employment growth and business performance in rural and regional areas. In particular, Prof Rice will speak to management, innovation and human resources strategies that can help drive regional businesses forward. Derek Baker, Professor of Agribusiness and Value Chains will open up the broader discussion on UNE projects - including building centres of excellence around Agribusiness and Innovation - and how local farmers, agribusiness and commercial organisations can partner with UNE on specific projects. Prof Baker - in conjunction and Dave Fleming, SME Innovation Facilitator at CSIRO - will flag funding programs that can help make new research possible.

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