A one-stop-shop for lifting your game.
Find the advice, support and connections your business needs to succeed.
No matter what stage your business is at, having the right team behind you makes all the difference to how well, and how quickly, you succeed in achieving your objectives.
We’re here to help your business become more successful, faster, by offering expert advice, practical support and valuable connections.
To speak to a member of our Membership Team call 03 577 9575
The Chamber can help you by offering information and advice, or by assisting with employment disputes through our partners.
We provide advocacy on behalf of members who need help dealing with difficult problems.
We offer informative and timely seminars on a range of topics such as disaster readiness and employee fraud, succession planning, marketing and other seminars.
FREE BUSINESS ASSESSMENTS
We can provide assessments of management capability gaps within your business, with training vouchers available for qualifying businesses.
CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT
This is a voice to promote the interests of the Central Business District.
CERTIFICATES OF ORIGIN
Important for the export sector, the Chamber acts as a signing authority to assist with trade documentation and international contracts.
MARLBOROUGH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BUSINESS EXCELLENCE AWARDS
The region’s premier business awards programme recognises and celebrates Marlborough’s best businesses.
CHAMBER MAGAZINE – VOICE
Members receive our quarterly magazine, helping businesses keep in touch with local issues, events, and other happenings.
WEEKLY E-MAIL UPDATES
We keep you up-to-date with Chamber events, business news, and legislative changes.
LINKS TO OTHER AGENCIES
We connect members with other agencies such as New Zealand Trade and Enterprise, the Ministry of Science and Innovation, and Nelson Tasman Business Trust (Business Mentors).
We work with other service providers to ensure good quality and affordable education for members.
BNZ PARTNERS’ SPEAKER SERIES
These events ensure that business people are kept informed by hearing from government and business leaders, and other key local community members.