Network and Associations

Associated local chambers

The Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry works with other chambers and associations across the state’s diverse regions. We are aligned in our support of a thriving business community.

Associated local chambers

Be.Bendigo

Formerly known as the Bendigo Business Council, Be.Bendigo is an organisation that provides a focal point for local businesses to connect with each other and advocate for each other as a community.

Be.Bendigo is the pre-eminent organisation for business and industry in the greater Bendigo region, and is also one of the largest regional chambers of commerce in Victoria.

Be.Bendigo aims to create a more vibrant economy by unlocking the potential of business and individuals.

Benalla Business Network (BBN)

The Benalla Business Network (BBN) promotes, supports and brings businesses in the district of Benalla together through leadership, advocacy and networking opportunities.

The BBN acts as a conduit between local business and council as a not-for-profit local network run by local business operators.

The BBN works collaboratively with local business to improve and grow the Benalla business community by offering a range of industry specific professional development and events and local promotions.

Business Wodonga

Business Wodonga is North East Victoria’s premier business networking, support and representation organisation. With a strong membership base, well established networks across all sectors and a fresh new brand, Business Wodonga is working hard for business growth in Wodonga and the wider region, in a variety of ways.

Building a stronger Wodonga involves the business community and leaders working together with Business Wodonga to achieve the best for the growing city. Business Wodonga works with large organisations like the City of Wodonga, the Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Development Victoria to connect businesses, develop businesses and to showcase what Wodonga has to offer to the greater population.

Colac Chamber of Commerce

The Colac Chamber of Commerce (the Chamber) actively represents and advocates for all business groups in the Colac Otway region. The Chamber creates a supportive business to business network to help support and grow your business and the local economy.

The Chamber advocates government at all levels and aims to engage and support local business, pursue funding for members and support educational and training opportunities.

Geelong Chamber of Commerce

The Geelong Chamber of Commerce is one of Australia’s leading regional business bodies – with a rich, long and successful history of advocating on behalf of local members. With the interests of the city’s organisations as its driving force, its efforts ensure a healthy economy for industries and businesses – big and small – operating in the greater Geelong region.

The networking events are the largest in the region and designed to encourage business professionals to interact with each other and expand their business contacts. The Geelong Chamber’s role is also to support, educate and facilitate a healthy, vibrant business community.

Leongatha Business Association

The Leongatha Business Association is made up of Volunteers from Leongatha’s business & community groups. Its volunteers are dedicated to the promotion of Leongatha and the advocacy of its members and the community.

The association offers a diverse and strong network of businesses providing support and opportunities for each other, and together organise combined marketing and promotions for the benefit of all local businesses and community groups.

Maffra Business & Tourism Association (MBTA)

Maffra Business and Tourism Association (MBTA) is a relatively new organisation dedicated to engaging community spirit. It formerly existed as a Chamber of Commerce, however, after five years it was relaunched in September 2015. Among its objectives are the growth of tourism, attracting new businesses to the region and building a thriving economy and employment opportunities for residents.

Maffra is located north of Sale in the heart of Victoria. Located well-off Princes Highway, it is well placed for Gippsland tourism.

Sale Business Tourism Association (SBTA)

The Sale Business Tourism Association (SBTA) is the ‘voice’ for Sale’s business community – working to support and develop business in the region.

As Sale’s most prominent business representative body, the SBTA advocates on behalf of all organisations large and small. It ensures industries have their say on the issues that impact the economic growth of business and the region.

The SBTA offers a diverse range of services that facilitate the growth of businesses in the region. It holds regular networking events, workshops and business breakfasts, designed to encourage people to connect and form strategic business-to-business affiliations; gain access to areas of government; and promote themselves within the region.

Shepparton Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Established in the 1920s, the Shepparton Chamber of Commerce & Industry (the Chamber) is the voice of business, where business connects, and we work to protect, support and encourage business growth and opportunities in the Goulburn Valley.

At the Chamber, we provide services for the business community such as events & training, key relationships with local, federal & state government bodies, effecting change and building a more prosperous Shepparton community. By building a strong business community we all thrive and prosper together.

Sunbury Business Association (SBA)

The Sunbury Chamber of Commerce was established in 1990 and evolved to become the Sunbury Business Association (SBA) in 2010.

The SBA is a not-for-profit organisation funded solely from memberships and sponsorships, with all proceeds reinvested back into initiatives to benefit SBA

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