Augusta Chamber Of Commerce
The Augusta CCI is a member of the South West Chamber of Commerce, a powerful and effective group.
Local and state governments prefer to deal with recognised groups rather than individual businesses.
Therefore, The Augusta Chamber is your voice when dealing with state or local government agencies.
Things we can do for you
Keep up with developments. The Augusta CCI keeps business owners informed of current and changing issues and trends within the community and local marketplace. Ensure you are among the first to know of any policy or legislative changes that may effect your business or community.
raise your profile
Raise your business profile in the community. As a member of the chamber of commerce, you will be listed in the chamber newsletter, e-newsletter, on Facebook and have the opportunity to be highlighted in other chamber publications. You also can grow your business by advertising with the chamber and sponsoring events.
Getting to know you. The Chamber provides many networking opportunities for local business proprietors. Connect with other businesses and discover opportunities for mutually beneficial partnerships and business-to-business commerce.
Get on board. Chamber events provide members with access to education and training in order to better manage their business. Joining a committee or participating in planning events enhances professional leadership development and provides opportunities to meet people you may not normally come across in your line of business.
Why we do it
Our aim is creating a vibrant sustainable economic future for Augusta
To provide a visible, proactive advocate and resource for its member employers and the districts of Augusta.
Committment to advancing our region’s economic vitality and quality of life through the provision of strong leadership and through the formation of dynamic organizational and community partnerships.
To provide quality products, programs, and services while influencing issues that enhance the economic prosperity and the sustainable development of our community.
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Just a few of the great things we have managed to create
If you like what we do and want to know more
Meet our executive
Some of the people that make it work.
“Being involved in the Hospitality/ Tourism industry for the last 35 years, I would like to see businesses in Augusta embrace and grow tourism opportunities built around our natural environment.”Andrea Lindsay | Experience Augusta
“My role as Vice President is to guide Augusta towards a positive and vibrant economic future. I’m looking forward to achieving these goals with our Chamber members and the wider community”Sue Beilken | Augusta Newsagency
“I am very excited to be the treasurer and membership recruitment, and therefore to play an important role, in a collection of people who are passionate about the growth and future of the businesses and community of Augusta.”Stacey Veitch | Suparope
“I am looking forward to learning more about Chambers of Commerce and their relationship with the community. I feel it will help me greatly in my business studies”Krystelle Lloyd | Augusta CRC