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Thank you to all those who attended the May Chamber Breakfast, hosted by Airlie House on Tuesday morning.

With a focus of promoting the benefits of being a part of a business chamber, the speakers shed some light on additional broader benefits for long term business success.

Special guest speakers included NSW Business Chamber Hunter Region LCC relationship manager Duncan Burck, Australian Business Apprenticeships Centre Hunter North Coast regional manager Danny Erenshaw and Hunter Business Chamber representative Erin Marney.

The visiting speakers were complimented by locals, Scone Chamber of Commerce and Industry president Peter Hale, Paul Heaton from Rose and Partners, Ben Wyndham from Airspeed Aviation and Airlie House owner Mark Ritter.

About 25 local business owners and managers took part, including some new members.

Scone Chamber used the meeting to launch our Membership Card, which entitles holders to a variety of discounts available exclusively to members. The Membership Card includes many Business to Business special offers such as discounts at retailers and industry businesses, with more to be added.

All current financial members will be receiving their card over the next few weeks. If your business would like to take part in the discount program please contact Teresa at info@sconechamber.com.au.

 

Photo: Rose and Partners representative Paul Heaton, Airlie House owner Mark Ritter, Hunter Business Chamber representative Erin Marney, Airspeed Aviation’s Ben Wyndham, Australian Business Apprenticeships Centre Hunter North Coast regional manager Danny Erenshaw, Scone Chamber of Commerce and Industry president Peter Hale and NSW Business Chamber Hunter Region LCC relationship manager Duncan Burck at the Breakfast Meeting on Tuesday. Photo courtesy of The Scone Advocate