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MDCC features in the Leader: Businesses optimistic

By Murray Trembath March 28, 2014 A THIRD of Sutherland Shire firms which took part in an annual business survey have taken on new staff in the past year. Fifty-seven per cent of respondents expected to employ more people in … Continue reading

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MDCC February Meeting – Special Guest Speaker Frank Boys from Caltex

Our first guest speaker for 2014 was Frank Boys, Manager – Project Mercury at Caltex.  In 2012 Caltex announced a supply chain restructure, which included the conversion of the Kurnell refinery to a fuel import terminal, establishment of trading operations … Continue reading

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MDCC hosts NSW Treasurer and NSW Small Business Minister

On Monday 15th October the MDCC hosted the NSW Treasurer, Mike Baird, NSW Small Business Minister, Katrina Hodgkinson and other NSW Government members at an afternoon tea.

Miranda & District Chamber Breakfast 29 May 2013. Pic from Rob Salisbury & www.strategicresources.com.au (10)

MDCC talks Small Business

On Wednesday May 29th the Miranda and Districts Chamber of Commerce held a breakfast forum for small businesses. Key speaker and NSW Business Chamber President, Stephen Cartwright spoke zealously about the “Small Business – Too Big to Ignore” campaign, which … Continue reading

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Cronulla Sharks share plans for the future with over 50 local business owners

The Miranda and Districts Chamber of Commerce hosted the Cronulla Sharks at their first breakfast for 2013 on 27 February 2013. Sharks’ General Manager Marketing and Commercial, Patrick Woods was part of an interesting and informative Q&A session in front … Continue reading

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Mayor’s visit to Miranda & Districts Chamber of Commerce

On Wednesday 28 November, the new Mayor of the Sutherland Shire, Kent Johns, addressed the final Miranda and Districts Chamber of Commerce meeting of 2012 at Miranda RSL, attracting the largest crowd for the year. Business owners were not only interested to … Continue reading

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Miranda and Districts Chamber of Commerce wins Highly Commended award

The Miranda and Districts Chamber of Commerce received a Highly Commended Award in the NSW Business Chamber, Business Awards 2012. The Chamber received the Highly Commended in the Local Chamber of Commerce Category.

Welcome to MDCC

Welcome to the Miranda and Districts Chamber of Commerce! The Miranda & Districts Chamber of Commerce commenced in 2007, is the largest in the Sutherland Shire and is seriously committed to producing useful results for business enterprises in our area. Join with other businesses who conduct business in Miranda, Caringbah, Taren Point, Sylvania, Lilli Pilli, Yowie Bay, Sylvania and surrounds.

Membership of the Chamber provides the opportunity to network, join forces with new business partners, to build relationships with other local businesses and to provide a strong community representation on issues that affect businesses in the Sutherland Shire.

The Chamber is a great port of call for businesses (big and small) wanting to acquaint themselves with issues facing local business and who would like to have a “collective voice” to address and respond to those issues. The Chamber communicates with Local political leaders & councillors, business association representatives, local police command and Council planners.

For more details about what our Chamber of Commerce can offer you, click here.

 

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MDCC Events

August Meeting: Westfield Miranda update – bookings closed for this event

27/08/2014

Bookings for this meeting have reached capacity. Our next meeting will be held Wednesday 25th September 2014.  

Latest News from MDCC

MDCC features in the Leader: Businesses optimistic

By Murray Trembath March 28, 2014 A THIRD of Sutherland Shire firms which took part in an annual business survey have taken on new staff in the past year. Fifty-seven per cent of respondents expected to employ more people in … Continue reading

MDCC February Meeting – Special Guest Speaker Frank Boys from Caltex

Our first guest speaker for 2014 was Frank Boys, Manager – Project Mercury at Caltex.  In 2012 Caltex announced a supply chain restructure, which included the conversion of the Kurnell refinery to a fuel import terminal, establishment of trading operations … Continue reading

2013 Moran Prizes Exhibition

The 2013 Moran Prizes exhibition is an exciting event celebrating local talented photographers. The MDCC has 11 invitations available for current MDCC members. When: 4th February, 6-8pm Where: Moran Sylvania Gallery, 29 Sylvania Rd, Sylvania If you’re interested, RSVP as soon as … Continue reading

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    The state's peak business organisation, the NSW Business Chamber, has called on senators to pass the Federal Government's Asset Recycling Fund Bill and vote down the duplicative and unnecessary amendments proposed by Labor and the Greens. "These proposed amendments put NSW in a state of political double jeopardy," said Stephen Cartwright, CEO of the NSW Business Chamber.
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    Stephen Cartwright, the Chief Executive of the state’s peak business organization, the NSW Business Chamber, believes the repeal of the carbon tax will bring much needed certainty to the business community across Australia.
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    The state’s peak business organisation, the NSW Business Chamber, has welcomed the commitment by the NSW Opposition to review post year 10 education and training should they win Government next year, but warned that plans to reverse reforms to TAFE would be a massive misstep.
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