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NSW Business Chamber is the state's peak business organisation. As an independent not-for-profit organisation, we are dedicated to helping businesses of all sizes to maximise their potential.

How do we help you?

Business-to-Business connections
Being part of our membership connects your business with our diverse member network of over 19,000 businesses from microenterprises and startups to the leading companies in Australia.
Advocate for business
Last year our advocacy to government saved business owners in NSW more than $500 million. Listening to our members we influence local, state and federal governments to create policies that stimulate business growth in NSW.
Make it simple to avoid fines and reduce risk
We help your business achieve compliance, improve your employee relations, reduce employee absenteeism, and avoid fines. We continually inform members of new regulations and break down complicated policies into simple terms.

Our specialist areas include:
o          Workplace relations
o          Human resources
o          Contract and property law
o          Workplace, Health and Safety (WHS)
Increase productivity and profitability through expert advice and business solutions Over 20,000 businesses each year benefit from the advice, products and services necessary for businesses to become more competitive - domestically and abroad, productive and profitable. 

Solutions include:
o         Apprenticeships and traineeships
o         Education and training
o         Export Support
o         Human Resources
o         Legal advice
o         Marketing
o         Recruitment
o         Business Improvement
o         Workplace, Health and Safety (WHS) consulting
o         Specialist industry solutions, advice and advocacy - Defence, Tourism, Manufacturing

Access local, regional and state-wide support wherever you are
With more than 650 employees located in offices across metropolitan and regional NSW,a member of our team is never far away. We are dedicated to making your business a success and improving business conditions across NSW.

Through our strong alliances with over 190 Local Chambers of Commerce throughout NSW, as well as with the Sydney Business Chamber (SBC), Hunter Business Chamber (HBC), Illawarra Business Chamber (IBC), Canberra Business Chamber (CBC), and joining with the other state Chambers as a founding member of Australian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (the Australian Chamber), we can ensure that you are connected with over 300,000 other businesses - local and national.

Membership of NSW Business Chamber means business is not alone. We're here to act as an extension of your business so that you can concentrate on what you do best - running and growing your business.  

As an independent not-for-profit organisation championing business interests for over 190 years, we work to make running and growing a business easier so you can focus on what you do best.

Tracing our heritage back to 1826, NSW Business Chamber’s mission is to create a better Australia by helping businesses maximise their potential.  The Chamber is a passionate advocate for business in the public arena: whether standing up to government and decision makers when business interests are neglected, or working together to create positive change.
On a one-to-one basis, the Chamber helps all businesses from small enterprises to large corporations. Our commercial services division, Australian Business Solutions Group (ABSG), delivers a range of business services to both member and non-member clients throughout Australia, with the operating surplus going back to supporting Chamber initiatives.

We believe it's important for Australia's business community to succeed, because prosperity creates new jobs, social wealth, and better communities in which to live.

At the end of the day, we are big on relationships. Clearly, being a member for over 90 years indicates how valuable Chamber membership is to us. Roy Wilkinson, Director and Company Secretary, Akubra

Membership options for small, medium and corporate businesses. From $654 per year.

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