Greater Caboolture Chamber of Commerce celebrates six months

Published 2:00pm 7 August 2022

Greater Caboolture Chamber of Commerce celebrates six months
Words by Jodie Powell

The Greater Caboolture Chamber of Commerce celebrated six months since its inception with its first AGM and a Business After Dark event at the Caboolture Sports Club.

President Naomi Cauley says members and guests were given insights into sustaining a successful Chamber by representatives from neighbouring Chambers.

“We had the CEO of Caloundra, the presidents of Gold Coast Central and Brisbane North and the treasurer from the Hills and Districts chambers,” Naomi says.

“They had a panel discussion where they shared with us their secrets for success, their strategies and their priorities.

“We wanted to learn from the greats.”

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