May 2020 Update from the President

BGCCI President’s Report – May 2020 There is no doubt that the consequences of the restrictions on many of our business communities and our lifestyles due to COVID 19 Pandemic over the last two months have precipitated a sequence of economic circumstances, interventions and challenges that we have never experienced before and that will continue

BORR: Chamber Update.

BORR Update The Bunbury Outer Ring Road Local Business Advisory Group (LBAG), which is Chaired by our President Rob Skipsey, has released their first information flyer which is below. Given our current circumstances with the Covid-19 Pandemic, the BORR will be a critical project in the economic recovery of our region. The LBAG has laid the foundation

A message from the CEO- Covid-19 Virus Response.

To all of our valued members and the general business community, With the ever-changing environment and circumstances the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has caused nationally, the Bunbury Geographe Chamber of Commerce & Industry want to reassure our members and the business community of Bunbury Geographe, that you will continue to have our support during this difficult

Halifax CCTV Press Release

Local business secures first contract on Halifax business upgrade project There will soon be many extra eyes watching over Halifax and Davenport in Bunbury to improve security through a State Government-funded project that aims to make the areas more attractive places to conduct business. Local Halifax based business BTS has won a contract to install

New Chamber CEO

The Bunbury Geographe Chamber of Commerce and Industry has recently completed a CEO recruitment exercise and is pleased to announce that local businessman Mark Seaward has been appointed to this key role. Mark has most recently been working out of Perth in a management role with ISA Technologies and was previously General Manager, South West

Parking just the beginning of CBD experience

The recent parking debate has highlighted that CBD’s here and elsewhere are in transition and locally we have seen an increase in lettable properties, repurposing with an increase in office space, and a decline in Retail Strip shops that correlates with an expansion of suburban retail centres and most critically the expansion of online retailing.

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