Determined to make NSW a better place to do business, we engage with political decision-makers at the federal, state and local level to deliver real results for our members and the broader business community.

Our member-based Policy Committees guide our advocacy positions, and cover the key areas of Business Environment and Economics, Infrastructure, Workplace Health and Safety, Workforce Skills and Workplace Policy.

To tackle issues that are not yet on the public policy agenda or which need new solutions, the Chamber also provides valuable research insights into reform opportunities through the Thinking Business program. 

Projects under Thinking Business have included research, reports and events examining Industry Research Collaboration, post-year 10 education and training, and the development of a Western Sydney Airport.

To find out more about our key policy positions and recent submissions, click on the buttons below: 

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