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Chamber update - May 2016

26 Apr 2016

Boats on the water - Victoria Harbour

If you have any interest in getting boats on the water or to travel from Victoria Harbour to the city on a regular basis, don’t miss this meeting.

The public meeting being hosted by the chamber with senior people from Parks Victoria and Waterways presenting their view of the future.

Limited seats are available for any interested person in the Docklands community to attend this special public meeting.

When: Thursday, April 28
Where: Berth Restaurant, 45 NewQuay Promenade
Registration: 5.45pm for 6pm start.

To attend you must register by emailing the chamber executive. Tickets are received by emailing (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)    

Only allocated seating is available, absolutely no door tickets available.

No ticket, no entry.

Google “Docklands” – Who is number one?

The new chamber website is live and now tops the rankings in a Google search.

This provides members with a significant advantage to have their businesses easily located online. Members should spend the time to update their chamber profile. All the advantages of social media have been included.

Partnerships for Prosperity

The Victorian Government has released its new China strategy, Partnerships for Prosperity. It was actually the Victorian Chamber of Commerce that called for the development of a new international engagement strategy that aligns Victoria’s strengths with opportunities in high growth countries in its recent 2016-17 state budget submission.

The strategy is a good example of how Victoria’s sectoral strengths can be aligned with China’s needs. The Victorian Government will support businesses to become more internationally competitive and create new business opportunities.

However, to keep internationally engaged businesses competitive, there is a need to lower business taxes, reduce red tape and improve trade related infrastructure.

Join the Chamber today and like us on Facebook!

The new website is another reason to join the Docklands Chamber of Commerce and connect your business to people with like minds who are actively encouraging the development of the Docklands community.

If you have anything you wish to share, or you want to join us simply email: (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or visit our web site http://www.docklandscc.com.au

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