All existing Board Members nominated to stand again for another year and were elected unopposed.
Despite the number of attendees being impacted by Covid Isolations, there was still a good turn out for our August Breakfast. Those attending were given an update on the Chamber’s activities, as well as hearing from Dale Snow from the Golf Club, Karen Eagan form the RSL, and Cam Halfpenny from Bengalla.
This year’s Muswellbrook Business Awards saw a record number of entries that culminated in a Gala Awards Presentation Dinner.
At our June Chamber breakfast, the CEO of the NSW Minerals Council, Stephen Galilee, provided a Mining Economic Update. Over 100 people attended, which was then followed by a Procurement networking event.
In the lead up to May 21 federal Election the Chamber staged a Meet the Candidates event. All nine candidates were invited to attend with seven of those excepting.
Great turn out for our April Chamber Breakfast themed around Community Organisations and with special guests Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce and Sam Farraway MLC
Wonderful attendance this morning at our March Breakfast, and to celebrate the start of Small Business Month. Many thanks to the Muswellbrook Race Club for hosting us.
There was a big roll up for our first Breakfast for 2022. The theme was a Chamber Update- The Year Ahead. Muswellbrook’s new Mayor, Steve Reynolds also gave a brief introduction of himself and outlined his, and councils plan, to have greater collaboration with the Chamber.
Due to overwhelming success of the event in 2021, the Upper Hunter Inspirations Conference is back for 2022. The evnt will be staged again at the Muswellbrook RSL on Wednesday 11th May.
Our last Chamber breakfast for 2021 saw Tim Owen give a presentation around the ‘Defence Ready Series’. Tim outlined the many opportunities becoming available for Upper Hunter Businesses as a result of increased defence spending in the region.