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.

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01 Sep Thinking of targeting the UK market? The United Kingdom is Australia’s 3rd-largest trading partner - as well as our biggest source of migrants: and Great Britain’s exit from the EU could be a great opportunity to capitalise on those ties. The Chamber proudly presents a workshop with UK Dept for International Trade, to help you identify opportunities and incentives for targeting the UK market. This workshop runs 10am to 12.15pm - with the additional opportunity for a private session with UK Dept for International Trade. To apply to attend this workshop, please email office@armidalechamber.com.au UK-workshop 09 Sep Chamber Awards Gala Evening   Are you in business in Armidale, Guyra, Uralla or Walcha? The Armidale Business Chamber invites you to our Gala Awards Evening, Friday September 9, at the Armidale City Bowling Club. The Awards celebrate some of the best new businesses and business strategies of the past 12 months - and they're your chance to celebrate local businesses' contribution to our community. Tickets are $90 per person - including three course dinner, and your chance to be part of the presentation to this year's Chamber Awards winners. >>> Book now to join us >> 13 Sep Battery Storage Workshop Heard about the “battery revolution” and want to know if it stacks up for your business? The NSW Office of Environment & Heritage, in partnership with the University of New England are trialling a “Battery Storage for Business” course with expert, impartial trainers for business.  Because OEH are piloting the course in this region, they want your feedback and are offering to waive the course cost (normally $300p.p) for this pilot only. In this - the first of two, half day workshops, you will learn about:  Battery storage technology  Potential benefits  Risk identification & mitigation  Tools and resources, scope your projects Any business in the Northern Tablelands is encouraged to attend this free workshop, but attendees should have a base understanding of their business energy consumption , businesses on commercial tariffs, and those with demand load charges REGISTER HERE: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/battery-storage-workshop-for- northern-tablelands-businesses-tickets-27162985220 FOR MORE INFORMATION: Contact Regional Clean Energy Co-ordinator Lauren Zell, 0455 097 886 or Lauren.Zell@environment.nsw.gov.au Battery storage invite - Mon 22nd final 29 Sep Battery Storage Workshop Heard about the “battery revolution” and want to know if it stacks up for your business? The NSW Office of Environment & Heritage, in partnership with the University of New England Business School is running a brand new “Battery Storage for Business” course with expert, impartial trainers to help you answer these questions. Because OEH are piloting the course in this region, they want your feedback and are offering to waive the course cost (normally $300p.p) for this pilot only. Businesses that could attend are organisations that: have a base understanding of their own business energy consumption (how much you pay, what times do  you use your energy, demand charges and other) Businesses on a commercial tariff (usually over 100 megawatt hours annually) Businesses that may have already started to do some energy efficiency or renewable energy projects in house This workshop is the second of two half day workshops, and covers: LOCATION: Tutorial Room 2, W40 – UNE Business School, University of New England, Armidale DAY 2: 29th September 8:30am – 12:30pm Review your site with the trainer Workshop your project and define next steps (e.g. develop a brief) evaluating market offers & engaging suppliers On Day 2 the projects will be workshopped, and participants will learn about how to evaluate market offers and engage suppliers. The next steps for their projects will then be defined. Please register for the course at: www.eventbrite.com.au/e/battery-storage-workshop-for- northern-tablelands-businesses-tickets-27162985220 Contact Lauren.Zell@environment.nsw.gov.au if you have questions regarding the course. Battery storage invite - Mon 22nd final

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