As NSW’s leading business organisation, NSW Business Chamber frequently provides statements and the views of the business community on important policy issues.
NSW Business Chamber maintains a record of statements made by the Chamber on behalf of the NSW business community.
NSW Business Chamber response to State Budget
23 June 2015
The state’s peak business organisation, the NSW Business Chamber, says an underlying surplus of $713 million for 2015-16 clearly shows the strength of the NSW economy following five straight years of responsible budget management.
Australian SMEs to benefit from reduced tariffs on China exports
17 June 2015
Small and medium-sized Australian businesses taking part in the NSW Business Chamber’s new Export Growth China program are set to benefit from reduced tariffs on exports to China following the official signing of the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA).
It's Sydney's time
15 June 2015
Sydney is the next host of the World Chambers Congress following a formal handover ceremony in front of more than 1500 delegates at the 9th ICC World Chambers Federation Congress in Torino, Italy.
NSW developed product now available in Saudi Arabia
12 June 2015
The state’s peak business organisation, the NSW Business Chamber, has signed an historic deal with the Jeddah Chamber of Commerce and Industry, to enable one of its online business support products, Business Vitality Check, to be offered to members of the Saudi Arabian based member organisation, on a fee for service basis.
Sydney showcased to World Business Leaders
11 June 2015
International business leaders and Chambers of Commerce members from across the globe have flocked to the Sydney exhibition stand on the opening day of the 9th World Chambers Federation World Chambers Congress in Torino, Italy.
World class MBA more affordable than ever for Australian students
10 June 2015
The Australian Business Learning Institute (ABLI), a division of the Australian Business Solutions Group, has signed an exclusive agreement with the University of Bradford to offer its online MBA to Australian students for a fraction of the price currently charged by local universities for comparable degrees.