The Gunnedah and District Chamber of Commerce and Industry Inc welcomes all individuals and businesses to have an interest in the local business community. Current membership ranges from large manufacturing businesses to small owner-operated concerns.
Who leads the Chamber?
The members run the Chamber. Each year they elect a voluntary Management Committee from our Members to determine policies and set goals.
A Voice for the Gunnedah Community
The Chamber is involved in representing the business community to local and state (and occasionally federal) governments, providing representation on a number of committees and on a variety of issues.
What activities is the Chamber involved in?
- Regular networking events
- Presentation of a variety of seminars each year on topics ranging from business management to staff development.
The Chamber has a constitution which guides and safeguards the operation of the association and its operation. The Chamber is an incorporated association. Constitution of the Gunnedah & District Chamber of Commerce & Industry
|Stacey Cooke||Walker Beer Solicitors + Conveyancers||0467 422 447|
|Lisa Davis||Kinfolk Cafeemail@example.com|
|Angela McCormack||Country Horizonsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Treena Daniells||ERY Melrose in conjunction with EveryThink Accounting||0429 049 911|
|General Committee Members|
|Kate Gunn||Merrivale Partnership||0408 545 844|
|Tracie Finlay||Just Country|
|Michael Broekman||Namoi Valley Bricks|
|Jacqueline Donoghue||Lively Linseed||0488 442 351|
|Wendy Marsh||Gunnedah Diesel Services||0459 577 056|
|Ashleigh Foster||TAFE NSWemail@example.com|
The committee of the Gunnedah Chamber of Commerce hosts networking meetings the second Thursday of the month. Members' guests are welcome.
It is suggested that venue and time are confirmed prior to attendance. You can find date and times under the Event Calender tab.
You can find the archive of meeting minutes here.