Join The Chamber
Please note we can offer flexible payment terms - we are here to make things as easy as possible for you.
|2 to 10||$510.00||$586.50|
|11 to 25||$770.00||$885.50|
|26 to 50||$1,080.00||$1,242.00|
|51 to 100||$1,770.00||$2035.50|
|101 to 200||$2,590.00||$2,978.50|
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The Chamber is here to support local businesses through a variety of ways. Here are just some reason you might join The Chamber:
Business Advice - our business advisers offer free advice and discounted consultancy across all aspects of business including health & safety, marketing, business strategy, international trade, human resources, finance and sales. They're great for a quick call (free advice and reassurance) or for more weighty consultancy.
Training - we offer more than 140 training courses to members at heavily discounted rates, and designed to enhance productivity and keep you up to speed on developments in business.
Events - Chamber members can attend free networking events as well as attend a number of other events throughout the year featuring keynote speakers and experts.
Exporting - all Chamber members are automatically members of ExportNZ. The Chamber offers a wide range of events and networking opportunities specifically for exporters, as well as free advice, mentoring and access to existing exporting networks. Members also receive discounted export documentation, meaning you can save on the bottom line. Click here for more information.
Member Savings - Chamber members have access to a wide range of savings designed to assist business, including:
- Banking services
- Auto rental
- Office Supplies
- Health Insurance
Resources - access over 100 free online resources (quick guides, templates and samples) covering all aspects of business from employment law and health and safety to business planning and marketing.
Both directly and through BusinessNZ and the New Zealand Chambers of Commerce and Industry (NZCCI), The Chamber also lobbies local and central government and champions policies that allow New Zealand businesses to succeed.