The Milton Ulladulla Business Chamber is ready to deliver
With their official launch scheduled for Wednesday 12 February at the Mollymook Surf Club, the Milton Ulladulla Business Chamber is ready to prove they live up to the positive buzz currently circulating the area.
“I think we have created a buzz – now it’s time to show we can deliver,” chamber membership and events coordinator Pauline McIlveen told the Times.
“Our focus is to support local businesses, the community and local tourism in everything we do.
“The launch is just the first step towards a big, bright future for the chamber – but we need locals to get involved.”
While membership in the Milton Ulladulla Business Chamber is steadily growing with 50 businesses already on board, Mrs McIlveen said the launch was a chance for people who haven’t thought about joining the chamber, or who have had their doubts, to come along and see what it is really about.
“We have some special guests coming along, including Mayor Joanna Gash, Member for South Coast Shelley Hancock, some councillors and tourism manager Steve Lawson, but we want to make sure all local business people, or anyone who is interested in supporting the chamber whether currently in business or not, everybody, is invited to our launch,” Mrs McIlveen said.
Mrs McIlveen said the group would love to see a huge turnout of local business representatives, community groups, sporting groups and local residents at the launch.
During the launch, chamber members will make a few big announcements – outlining exactly how they plan to deliver positive results for their members and the wider Milton Ulladulla area.
The night will also be a chance for locals to have their say on exactly what they want from the chamber.
The Milton Ulladulla Business Chamber launch will also be a chance for the chamber to thank their platinum sponsors. Also offering their support through sponsoring the launch are South Coast Business and Financial Solutions and the Ulladulla ExServos. More details on the Chamber launch.
Membership on the increase
The Milton Ulladulla Business Chamber has been happy to see membership numbers on the increase. A week out from their official launch, To be held on Wednesday, February 12, and the chamber had already signed up more than 50 businesses. With a goal to represent and support local businesses, the community and tourism in the Milton Ulladulla area, the chamber is open to anyone interested in signing up.
To make it easier to become a member, the chamber has put in place a simple and affordable membership system. Local businesses can sign on to be a standard member at a cost of only $120 annually, while community groups, sporting groups and retirees who would like to be involved can sign up for only $60.
Being a member of the chamber makes you part of a strong support network, not only locally but across the state. The chamber is part of the New South Wales Business Chamber and has access to all of their resources and support, along with providing support at a local level. Chamber members become part of a strong network, and according to membership and events coordinator Pauline McIlveen, this is one of the main draws of being part of the chamber.
Chamber members are invited to monthly networking meetings with inspiring speakers lined up to help keep locals motivated to succeed. To find out more about the chamber email: email@example.com
Those interested in finding out more, or signing up to be a part of the chamber, can also visit the Milton Ulladulla Business Chamber office, upstairs in The Plaza, between 10am and 2pm on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.