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Mackay Region Chamber of Commerce are thrilled to deliver their signature event for 2019 – the ‘5th Element Business Series’.
Mackay Region Chamber of Commerce President Victoria Gracie is urging the State Government ”to look for more savings within the budget so as to bring down debt and invest in the local economy”.
The Mackay Region Chamber of Commerce took a tough stance in the recent Queenslanders Unite Rally, calling on government to recognise the value of the regions and to invest in it accordingly
MACKAY businesses will now have an even louder voice when it comes to state and federal business policy issues, thanks to a new partnership with between Mackay Region Chamber of Commerce and the Chamber of Commerce & Industry Queensland (CCIQ).
Mackay Region Chamber of Commerce today announced a new effort to remind residents that small business is a big deal in the lead up to the May election.
MACKAY Region Chamber of Commerce has responded to the Federal Government’s call for pre-budget submissions ahead of the upcoming election with a wish list focused on local business.
The Mackay Region Chamber of Commerce (MRCC) was established in 1887 as an advocate for local businesses. Today, we represent over 10,000 organisations across every industry in our region, from the ‘one-man band’ to national organisations.
International best-selling author Catherine DeVrye is headed to Mackay to work with business owners and their teams, to provide practical action items to help boost a business’s bottom line, and team morale, without increasing costs.
This will all be happening at a half-day conference, on this Friday, hosted by the Mackay Region Chamber of Commerce.
REPRESENTATIVES from Chambers of Commerce across Queensland are standing together on key business issues after meeting at the 2019 Regional Chambers Summit, hosted by the Chamber of Commerce & Industry Queensland (CCIQ).
Mackay Region Chamber of Commerce are challenging the Mackay community to think outside the box when it comes to swapping their shop and buying local this Christmas.
One small change from each of us would add up to a significant impact for our entire community, and economy.