The Chamber has been able to hold it first breakfast since March this year. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the number of attendees had to be restricted to 60 and these were filled within 48 hours of being released with a further 20, that wished to attend, unfortunately missing out. The breakfast combined the Chamber’s AGM…
Due to the restrictions on events surrounding the Coronavirus we were forced to cancel this year’s Business Awards Dinner. Fortunately, we were able to finalise the award nominations and conduct our judging prior to the restrictions coming into place. This meant that the Business Awards for 2019 could still be conducted but without holding the Awards Dinner.
Muswellbrook Chamber of Commerce is committed to providing support to its members, and the broader Muswellbrook business community, during the COVID-19 crisis.
As part of this commitment, we have developed a COVID-19 Business Support Hub that provides local, practical and hands on support programs and resources for our members.
The MCCI has now established a Members Only Facebook Group Page. The group allows members to ask questions, share news, provide updates and stay connected with other members.
We encourage all members to join the group via the link below:
Link to: Members Only Facebook Group Page
There was a very large audience in attendance for this mornings March Chamber Breakfast where the topic of the breakfast was on the important issue of Mental Health.
MCCI feature in a story regarding local business confidence in the area. The full story can be found at the Muswellbrook Chronicle. Follow the ‘Read More’ to find the link to the full story.
There was great roll up for our first breakfast for 2020 themed around Retail & Tourism held at the Railway Hotel who put on a wonderful breakfast.
This months Chamber breakfast was themed around Community Organisations and events. Presenters included Brian Collard form the Red Door Community Kitchen where the breakfast was held. De-anne Douglas from the PCYC
Muswellbrook Golf Club was the venue for November’s Chamber Breakfast where those attending were given a presentation on the history of the club, what is happening now and what is planned for the future.
Those attending our October Breakfast were there to hear fist-hand some the exciting initiatives the Chamber is planing to roll out over the coming twelve months.