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The Denmark Chamber has been supporting the community of Denmark for over thirty years. Our focus is to facilitate, network, advocate, protect and promote the interests of trade, small business and industry.

When local businesses are prosperous, they contribute to a healthy community environment through the long term stable employment of its residents. Small business owners are a vital part of Denmark’s economy and to succeed requires persistence and team work.

The Denmark Chamber of Commerce is 100% funded by our members and you can become a member for as little as $22 per month!  

Membership includes:

Promotion

Be seen in our online directory, social media pages and monthly newsletters.

Red bold listing in the printed business directory (8,000 copies).

Category advertising at member rates in the printed business directory.

Access to the Seasonal Eateries Guide, Denmark Dollar Gift Vouchers, Christmas shopping campaign and more.

Procurement

Access to specialist tender and grant writers.

Support to build your business capacity to win government tenders.

Company profile link on your weblisting.

Advocacy in relation to government purchasing policies.

Advocacy

The DCC is often the first point of contact for business-related events and opportunities both locally and outside the region.

Networked with key industry stakeholder groups at local, state and federal levels.

Accessing opportunities to support your business through funding, partnerships, professional development.

Partnership with Regional Chambers of Commerce and Industries WA (RCCIWA) and Chamber of Commerce and Industries WA (CCIWA).

Access

Opportunities, grant funding and information – the DCC is often the first point of contact for business-related events and opportunities both locally and outside the region.

Tax Deductibility

Your membership is a deductible expense for tax purposes.

Supporting your community

Being a member of the Denmark Chamber connects your business with an organisation whose goal is improving our region and advocating for issues that are relevant to the community, both socially and economically.

Business Support

All DCC members can access free one on one confidential business support from our specialist staff and the Business Great Southern advisor.

Professional Development & Training

DCC hosts events with high quality speakers and content, saving you money on professional development.

Access to the Denmark SME toolbox

A comprehensive collection of useful information, procedures, contacts and templates that are Denmark specific.

Access to the CCIWA

Employment relations advisory service for OHS, staffing and leasing support (valued at over $800).

Monthly networking events

Including Business After Hours providing support, B2B relationships and reducing isolation.

Promotion

Be seen in our online directory, social media pages and monthly newsletters.

Red bold listing in the printed business directory (8,000 copies).

Category advertising at member rates in the printed business directory.

Access to the Seasonal Eateries Guide, Denmark Dollar Gift Vouchers, Christmas shopping campaign and more.

Procurement

Access to specialist tender and grant writers.

Support to build your business capacity to win government tenders.

Company profile link on your weblisting.

Advocacy in relation to government purchasing policies.

Advocacy

The DCC is often the first point of contact for business-related events and opportunities both locally and outside the region.

Networked with key industry stakeholder groups at local, state and federal levels.

Accessing opportunities to support your business through funding, partnerships, professional development.

Partnership with Regional Chambers of Commerce and Industries WA (RCCIWA) and Chamber of Commerce and Industries WA (CCIWA).

Access

Opportunities, grant funding and information – the DCC is often the first point of contact for business-related events and opportunities both locally and outside the region.

Tax Deductibility

Your membership is a deductible expense for tax purposes.

Supporting your community

Being a member of the Denmark Chamber connects your business with an organisation whose goal is improving our region and advocating for issues that are relevant to the community, both socially and economically.

Business Support

All DCC members can access free one on one confidential business support from our specialist staff and the Business Great Southern advisor.

Professional Development & Training

DCC hosts events with high quality speakers and content, saving you money on professional development.

Access to the Denmark SME toolbox

A comprehensive collection of useful information, procedures, contacts and templates that are Denmark specific.

Access to the CCIWA

Employment relations advisory service for OHS, staffing and leasing support (valued at over $800).

Monthly networking events

Including Business After Hours providing support, B2B relationships and reducing isolation.

Chamber News

May Business After Hours

May BAH An open fire, high quality wines and tasty curry cooked up by Silas Masih from Pepper and Salt Restaurant made for a cosy night of networking at Forest Hill Cellar door at the May Business After Hours. Forest Hill Wines Cellar Door manager Pete Dingey welcomes...

Do I need a music licence?

Do you play music at your work place? If the answer is yes, even if it’s just in your staff room, then you need to pay a licence fee. Do you have back ground music on your website or call waiting? If so, you need a licence and this is a legal requirement. Corporations...

April Business After Hours

April BAH What training are you looking for? What areas would help your business to improve efficiency? Do you want to only complete training in a specific area? These are some of the questions that Albany Worklink CEO Jane Kelsbie asked at this month’s Denmark...

Chamber News

May Business After Hours

May BAH An open fire, high quality wines and tasty curry cooked up by Silas Masih from Pepper and Salt Restaurant made for a cosy night of networking at Forest Hill Cellar door at the May Business After Hours. Forest Hill Wines Cellar Door manager Pete Dingey welcomes...

Do I need a music licence?

Do you play music at your work place? If the answer is yes, even if it’s just in your staff room, then you need to pay a licence fee. Do you have back ground music on your website or call waiting? If so, you need a licence and this is a legal requirement. Corporations...

April Business After Hours

April BAH What training are you looking for? What areas would help your business to improve efficiency? Do you want to only complete training in a specific area? These are some of the questions that Albany Worklink CEO Jane Kelsbie asked at this month’s Denmark...

Contact Denmark Chamber

1/81 Strickland St, Denmark WA 6333

p: 9848 2065

e: info@denmarkchamber.com.au

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