We could waste half our time finding relevant information, or simply defer to the expertise and specialist knowledge of the Chamber. It’s a no brainer.

Set up in 1925 to cater for soldier settlers who were given land for their service in World War I, Yenda is a farmer’s cooperative based in the Murrumbidgee. Today,1,600 shareholders and a turnover in excess of $50 million is evidence that Yenda Producers is going from strength-to-strength.

Peter Calabria, Yenda Producers Cooperative Managing Director, sought HR advice to implement HR best practice across the business.

“The Chamber has helped us identify shortfalls within our business and prioritise our needs,” says Peter. “We’ve implanted best practice HR processes and are now putting four supervisors through management training. These measures improve our staff interaction and job satisfaction.”

The commercial expertise behind the Chamber underpins the benefits of membership. “Rural businesses tend to be a jack of all trades, and master of none. We could waste half our time finding relevant information, or simply defer to the expertise and specialist knowledge of the Chamber. It’s a no brainer.” 

 
The Chamber has helped us identify shortfalls within our business and prioritise our needs Peter Calabria, Managing Director, Yenda Producers Cooperative

Membership options for small, medium and corporate businesses. From $642 per year.