Cumberland Business Chamber champions innovation, continuous improvement, increased competitiveness and growth in Greater Western Sydney, with a focus on the Cumberland and Fairfield regions, since 1987.
We are proud of our history and excited about the future for local businesses. The Chamber has been active in supporting businesses and addressing key issues as well as playing significant roles in major business and community projects. We also value our strong and active relationships with Fairfield City Council and Cumberland City Council.
We are innovative, diverse and inclusive and we look forward to welcoming new members.
In response to COVID-19, membership through to June 2021 is only $99
Cumberland Business Chamber is a member owned and operated organisation. The 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. All committee members are volunteers.
The current Committee are:
- Angela Haynes (President) – KPMG Greater Western Sydney
- Rebecca Hegarty (Vice PResident)- Coleman Greig Lawyers
- Libby Roberts (Treasurer) – Workplace Rehabilitation Management
- Scott Baker (Secretary) – ANZ Bank
- Megan Rogers – Signarama Blacktown & Smithfield
- Paul Desani – Industrial Vacuums & Engineering
- Lloyd Gilbert – KPMG Greater Western Sydney
- Peter Simonis (Honorary) – Precision Calibration Services
- Vince Blanco (Honorary) – TAFE NSW
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?
Then the Cumberland Business Chamber is for you…
Committed to business growth
We are 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.
“Support Australian Industry. Buy Australian Products. Employ Local People”