Businesses in the northern suburbs of the Moreton Bay Region have thrown their support behind the new Greater Caboolture Chamber of Commerce, which was founded in February 2022.
President Naomi Spence, pictured right, said the role of the Chamber would be to “advocate for the region to promote growth and prosperity”.
About Naomi Spence
Naomi Spence is the President of the Greater Caboolture Chamber of Commerce, which launched in February 2022.
The inaugural event on February 3 saw more than 70 people attend, and 30 businesses sign up to become members.
Naomi took on the role as President with a wealth of business experience under her belt.
Naomi has previously worked as a manager at the Moura Memorial Club, the Wynnum RSL and Modern Marble Design – a business she ran in partnership with her brother, who is a stonemason.
She also spent more than eight years in an Executive Officer position with the Redland City Chamber of Commerce.
Today, in addition to her role as President of the Greater Caboolture Chamber of Commerce, Naomi also provides bookkeeping services to small and medium businesses in her role as Director of The Bookie Bookkeeping – a business she launched in August 2020.
With a broad breadth of industry experience, Naomi is determined to help other businesses in Caboolture and surrounding regions grow.
“The role of a Chamber of Commerce is to advocate for the region to promote growth and prosperity, which we are looking forward to doing,” Naomi told Moreton Daily in February.
“Everything we do will help raise the image and reputation of Caboolture and the surrounding areas.”
The Greater Caboolture Chamber of Commerce holds monthly meetings, and alternates between breakfast meetings and business after dark events, catering to the wide array of businesses and the hours they work.
Given that many businesses were still feeling the impacts of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Naomi said “these monthly events will help generate more networking opportunities and collaboration between the Chamber and the local businesses”.
Today, the Chamber has more than 80 members, from large-scale companies and organisations such as the Comiskey Group, right through to small businesses and small traders.
The group held its first AGM on Thursday, August 4 at the Caboolture Sports Club, where members and guests were given insights into sustaining a successful Chamber by representatives from Neighbouring Chambers.
The Greater Caboolture Chamber of Commerce is active on social media, including Facebook and Instagram, where they share good business news with the wider community.
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