At the Australian British Chamber of Commerce, our goal is to foster collaboration and confluence, joining those in far corners to achieve mutually beneficial outcomes and build genuine partnerships. Become part of the Chamber network today.
With a growing network of over 360 Members, we are experts in bringing businesses together to achieve mutually beneficial outcomes and build genuine partnerships. We have a unique vantage point from which we do so, directly nurturing Australia and the United Kingdom's longstanding relationship from the macro down to the micro, across government, business and people-to-people links.
Since our formation in 1910, the Australian British Chamber of Commerce has strived to deliver three main offerings for our Members and for the wider Australian and British community – connectivity, influence and engagement.
In an increasingly globalised world, connectivity remains a key driver for business success. That is why we prioritise partnership across industries, helping to connect the public and private sectors, and facilitating strong bonds between business professionals, government bodies and other key decision-makers.
We are a trusted intermediary between government and business, and are thus primary advocates for our Members on both a micro and macro scale. Through both our diverse event programme and a host of public policy contributions, we provide our Members with a seat at the table.
Our objective is to assist Members in enacting the changes they would like to see in the wider Australian and British business community. We do so by providing Members with a means of engaging with a variety of government offices, trade experts, other Chambers of Commerce and thought-leaders.
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The Australian British Chamber of Commerce acknowledges the original, existing and continuing connection Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples have to the lands and waterways across the Australian continent. We pay respect to their Elders past, present and emerging.