Chambers of Commerce have been representing small business for over a century ensuring that business has a voice at the table on issues that affect them. Small business are such an important part of not only our local economy but also our local community. It is vital that we support the development of an environment where it is easy to do business so that the small business sector can continue to grow.
Chamber works hard to table priority issues for small business including but not limited to penalty rates; the need for small business friendly local Councils; National Tax Reform; regional representation; Energy policy reform; 457 visa repeal and VET reform, significant project local content targets; NBN connectivity for SME’s, tourism, access to finance and regional infrastructure investment.
Our Chamber is committed to representing the voice of business at a local, state and federal level and we are working to build effective working relationships between Chambers across Queensland to strengthen this voice for business.
Chambers of Commerce have well established business connections locally, regionally, across Queensland, Australia as well as globally. If leveraged effectively, this platform provides significant opportunities for small businesses across our region and state.
As a member of the Toowoomba Chamber, your business is part of an incredibly powerful network that reaches across almost every country world-wide. Help us to continue to strengthen the voice for business – if there is an issue facing your business, let us know.