Cumberland Business Chamber – “the industrial business chamber of Greater Western Sydney” for 30 years.
A not-for-profit, independent, apolitical, member owned and operated organisation formed 30 years ago (1987) in the Smithfield-Wetherill Park region (the largest industrial estate in the Southern Hemisphere). Since then our influence has spread to other industrial sectors across Greater Western Sydney.
We represent businesses of all types and sizes from multinationals to family owned companies.
Although we are based at the Wetherill Park Industrial Estate, we are not confined to a certain region – we are relevant and beneficial to industrial businesses and their supply networks across all of Greater Western Sydney.
Do you own or work for an industrial business or a company which supplies goods and services to the industrial sector? It might be in engineering, manufacturing, logistics, hydraulics, pneumatics, fabrication, transportation, tool making, plastic injection moulding or industrial design? Or a supplier of CAD software, forklifts, sheet metal, lubricants, machine cutters, bolts and fasteners, compressors, chemicals or trucks? Or a provider of financial planning, human resources, training, vehicle repairs, hardware, WHS advice, travel, banking or industrial law?
Committed to business growth
Cumberland Business Chamber is committed to business growth. We provide opportunities for company owners and key decision makers to meet and encourage each other, discuss ideas, receive new business building knowledge, source new suppliers and customers, and provide feedback on challenges they are facing which the Chamber can then present to government or industry associations on their behalf.
We are strong advocates for “Support Australian Industry. Buy Australian Products.”
Relationships & Strategic Alliances
OUR MEDIA PARTNER
Access News Australia Pty Ltd produces Western Sydney Business Access (WSBA) magazine
WSBA is the monthly news-magazine that looks at the development, communities, progress and people of Greater Western Sydney or GWS. Widely regarded as the engine room of the NSW economy and a key region nationally, GWS is home to Sydney’s dual CBD, Parramatta and the location for Sydney’s second airport to be built at Badgerys Creek. WSBA is a journal of influence, popular with decision makers for its insights and unique coverage of the region.
Cumberland Business Chamber is the leading advocate for Australian operated and owned businesses, industry and supporting organisations in our region (embracing the Fairfield and Holroyd local government areas and adjoining districts).
We assist our members to grow and become more profitable through gaining business expertise and connections. We are the primary contact point for industry, non-business groups, local government, government agencies and the community regarding the ongoing improvement of our business sector and opportunities for employment. Our legacy will be a sustainable, productive and vibrant business community which contributes to our region being an attractive place to work and live.
Cumberland Business Chamber supports best practice and developing a culture of excellence, professionalism in all aspects of business, being transparent in business dealings and internal-external communication, being ethical, innovative, responsive, legally compliant, an accountable corporate citizen, and providing employees with continuous learning and improvement and a safe and healthy work environment.
Cumberland Business Chamber is a member owned and operated organisation. The Executive Committee is elected at the Annual General Meeting held in September of each year. The Executive Committee consists of a President, two Vice Presidents, Treasurer, Secretary and as many as 7 other members (i.e. maximum of 12) who are involved in decision making and representation. 2 honorary positions fare held by Western Sydney University and Western Sydney Institute of TAFE.
The Executive Committee manages the strategic direction of the Chamber, its membership, events, administration and finances, and seeks to grow the organisation via attracting new members, offering sponsorship opportunities, connecting with associations and other stakeholders. Within the Executive Committee are portfolio based sub-committees to address specific strategies, projects and priorities. All positions on the Executive Committee are volunteer roles.
- President: Craig Hingston
- Vice President & Treasurer: Peter Simonis
- Vice President: Andre Meyer
- Secretary: Binh Rey
- Scott Baker
- Neelam Aggarwala
Cumberland Business Chamber operates from an office in the Wetherill Park industrial estate located onsite at a manufacturing company, Pace Pallet Services.
Address: 4 Blackstone Street, Wetherill Park NSW 2164
A copy of the Cumberland Business Chamber constitution is available upon request.