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We have a range of packages to suit all business needs from sole traders, SMEs to large corporations. Find the membership package that best suits your business.
Tell us how many people are employed by your company, including outside of Australia?
NSW Business Chamber provides advice in a wide range of areas. How frequently will you or have you needed support and advice on the following?
Workplace relations, modern award interpretation, pay obligations including annual leave, sick leave and public holiday’s and workers compensation, Termination, and The Fair Work Act etc.
Employment guidelines and industrial principals, employment law, Risk Management, first aid, responsibilities, injury management, culture, Payroll , Recruitment
Corporate & Commercial Law, Property Law, Intellectual Property, Competition & Consumer Law, Commercial Dispute Resolution, Communication and Media & Technology
Social Media, Website Creation & Development, Online Advertising, Design, Marketing Strategy, online advertising, lead generation
Ok, last question. How important to your business is networking and attending educational, political, webinar and CEO events?
IBC provides a powerful voice for the interests of the Illawarra business community and our region to all levels of Government.
We are actively involved in policy debate on key economic and business issues. IBC aims to foster a business environment in the Illawarra region that is conducive to profitable business growth, sustainable job creation, and sound economic and social progress.
A range of our relevant policy submissions and publications are provided below.
Transport and Infrastructure
Upgrading rail connectivity between Illawarra and Sydney
Submission - Regional Development and a global Sydney - June 2017
NSWBC Submission on Planning Green Paper 2012
You can find out more about our policy and advocacy agenda by contacting our Policy Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at (02) 4229 4722.