The South East Brisbane Chamber of Commerce aims to promote and encourage local business to work together and build successful business partnerships. The SEBCC is a not-for-profit organisation. The SEBCC has an Executive Committee, Sub Committee, a Secretariat and Members.
Affiliation with Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland
SEBCC is affiliated with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland and as such SEBCC members are entitled to discounts and access to events and resources. Please check out the CCIQ website for upcoming event and training courses.
Information, Education and Business Growth
The SEBCC is made up of business owners and representatives from numerous industry types and sizes in South East Brisbane. Members use the Chamber to help network, stay up to date on local issues and learn business skills from each other. Educational opportunities are also provided through seminars, workshops and from guest speakers. Informal mentoring by experience SEBCC members is a known benefit for new members who are starting a new business.
Representing the Business Community to Government
As a group the SEBCC lobbies Local and State Government on issues affecting members. Several State and Federal parliamentarians from the South East Brisbane area are also members of the Chamber. SEBCC helps support members in taking up issues impacting their business with Government.
Regular Networking Opportunities
Breakfast meetings and lunch functions are held monthly to ensure regular opportunities for business owners and representatives to meet, network and learn. Check out our Monthly Events.
Date: Tue 4 Jun 2013
Guest speaker: Dr Jacqueline Drew School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Griffith University.
Venue: Colmslie Hotel, Wynnum Road, Morningside
Time: 6:30am Networking and Registration 8.30am Close
Cost: Members $30 - Non Members - $40
RSVP by: Wed 22 May 2013
Date: Fri 17 May 2013
Venue: Norman Hotel
Time: 12 Midday
Cost: Pay as you Order
RSVP by: Wed 15 May 2013