BENEFITS OF BEING A CHAMBER MEMBER
Know that your business can assist Griffith to Thrive & Grow
We focus on the BIG PICTURE. Your support and feedback has shaped our 10 Point Plan which are our goals and vision. We have also formed a new sub committee- an advocacy group focused on water called MIA Communities.
An avenue to voice concerns/issues
All members are encouraged to raise your business concerns with the Executive, who maintain relationships at all levels of government.
Gain voice in government
With your backing, Griffith Business Chamber can provide a strong collective voice to represent the interest of businesses to all levels of government, about important issues that directly and indirectly affect your business.
Knowledge is power and we’ll continue to provide exclusive opportunities for members across a range of topics both face to face and online.
Live Local. Love Local. Buy Local.
We actively promote and refer our local members whether that be through your online store or in person. We send a clear message to support local where possible and advertise our members.
Keep up to date about events/issues affecting local business & community. Be sure to like our facebook page so you keep up to date.
Free Business NSW Alliance Membership & Energy Comparison Service
Extra free services and business tools exclusive to local Chamber members. More info here. They also offer a free energy comparison service too.
Here are ways you can support your Local Chamber
When you support Griffith Business Chamber who mission is to bolster the local economy, your business will reap the benefits.
The more effort you put into interacting with your local chamber, the more you can gain. There are ways to support your local chamber any time of the year.
Support Other Chamber Members
Doing business with other Chamber member businesses strengthens community ties, boosts the local economy, improves the chamber reputation and influence and creates professional relationships among members.
Encourage Other Businesses to Join
Consumers generally have the view that Chamber members are more likely to use good business practices, care about their customers and are involved in the community. This helps build a good reputation which can encourage consumers using your business.
Follow Your Chamber on Social Media
If you haven’t already, follow your local chamber on Facebook, Website and emails + newsletters and to stay up to date with what’s happening in the business community.
Communicate & Engage
Chambers exist to support their communities and bolster business growth. If there are services, information or training you need to aid productivity or need advice & support, don’t hesitate to reach out to us and we'll steer you in the right direction. Attend events and networking. Your membership is a powerful resource. Odds are, if your business is struggling with a problem, other business are as well.