Connecting the Ku-ring-gai Business Community
We believe that Business Networking Groups are vital for connecting small business owners and providing advocacy for small business with government at a local, state and federal level.
Optimise Your LinkedIn Profile for Business Success- Wednesday
13th March 2024
.In today’s digital age, your LinkedIn profile is your personal branding tool and plays a critical role in building your professional network and growing your business. This informative presentation will guide you through the steps to optimise your LinkedIn profile effectively.
Ku-ring-gai local Paula O’Connell works with small business professionals and senior career executives to enhance their communications. She has many tools to share on how to maximise your LinkedIn profile for your business audience
Professional Services Coffee Session – Thursday
29th February 2024
TOPIC OF THE DAY: Time Management
Join us at the Olea Lindfield cafe, Lindfield, where the air buzzes with possibilities—our coffee session offers for seasoned service professionals an opportunity to promote, share insights, challenges, and triumphs. An exclusive 90-minute facilitated discussion that promises more than just business card exchanges with In-Depth Discussions, Tailored Strategies, Peer-to-Peer Learning, Actionable Insights and Quality Networking.
Form meaningful connections with like-minded professionals who are as driven and passionate about their careers as you are. It’s a strategic time to reflect, refine, and reinvigorate your approach to professional success.22nd
Building Healthy Workplaces + Diffuse Distressed and Aggressive Customers - Thursday 4th April 2024
Are you seeking to enhance workplace safety, wellbeing and harmony?
Join an exclusive event proudly hosted by Lifeline Harbour to Hawkesbury Sydney, Bendigo Bank Community Bank Lindfield & Districts, the Ku-ring-gai Chamber of Commerce, Ku-ring-gai Council, Ku-ring-gai Rotary and the Village Chef. Facilitated by Elizabeth Lovell – CEO Lifeline Harbour to Hawkesbury Sydney and Amy Webster – Clinical Manager Lifeline Harbour to Hawkesbury Sydney
About the Ku-ring-gai Chamber of Commerce
Ku ring gai Chamber of Commerce has been incorporated since 2009 supporting small business, networking and advocacy in the Ku ring Gai district from Wahroonga to Roseville.
The Chamber aims to:
- Provide a larger community for our events
- To represent the interests of local businesses as one voice
- Help you to stay up to date in these dynamic times
- Provide a forum in which business contacts can be made and nurtured through networking and the exchange of ideas amongst like-minded professionals.
- Support your growth and development by providing the opportunity to hear business leaders talk about matters relating to running a successful business
The Chamber runs a series of business and networking events throughout the year, as well as provides marketing opportunities and a voice in the community for its members.
Ku-ring-gai Chamber of Commerce making a difference
Small Business Month in October, initiated by the NSW Government, serves as a valuable opportunity for businesses to host events dedicated to education, networking, and support. In alignment with this initiative, the Ku-ring-gai Chamber of Commerce organized a highly successful event that highlighted and celebrated local businesses.
As a pivotal player in providing support, networking opportunities, and advocacy, the Ku-ring-gai Chamber recognizes the importance of such events. Showcasing local businesses not only promotes their products and services but also sheds light on the challenges faced by business owners in the community. The inclusion of a community leadership panel further enhances communication channels with the government, offering a platform for a deeper understanding of the real issues and concerns within the business landscape. This type of event contributes significantly to raising awareness, fostering collaboration, and building a stronger, more supportive business community.