Port Macquarie Chamber of Commerce brings members' issues to the fore

Creating opportunities: Port Macquarie Chamber of Commerce president Michael Mowle and executive officer Mark Wilson advocate for businesses.

Creating opportunities: Port Macquarie Chamber of Commerce president Michael Mowle and executive officer Mark Wilson advocate for businesses.

Port Macquarie’s business voice is being heard at local, state and federal levels.

The Port Macquarie Chamber of Commerce has a program of regular meetings with local and state government representatives.

The federal meetings are on a needs basis.

Chamber president Michael Mowle said the chamber would bring members’ issues to the fore at each of the meetings.

He stressed the importance of growth and business opportunities in Port Macquarie.

“We want growth to be planned, considered, well thought-out and resourced,” Mr Mowle said.

“We want the infrastructure that supports the growth.”

Mr Mowle said the chamber advocated for business, was the voice of business with local, state and federal governments and provided networking opportunities for members.

He said the focus was very much on members and providing services to members.

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