Yandina Chamber of Commerce Inc
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This CHARTER was adopted October 2009


Our Vision

The Yandina Chamber of Commerce will foster an attractive and viable environment for business and industry in the Yandina region and thereby provide the people of the region with a progressive and dynamic future.


Our Mission

The Yandina Chamber of Commerce will advance business and industry in the Yandina region through creative and innovative leadership, advocacy, coordination and promotion of business interests.


Our Needs

  • We will endeavour to encourage all businesses in Yandina’s catchment area to become members of the Chamber of Commerce.

  • We will seek input into issues that affect your business and those around you.

  • We will support all members of the Chamber of Commerce with advertising of their business on our Facebook pages and elsewhere.


Can You Contribute?

If you have an interesting story or simply want to provoke an issue amongst members, this is your opportunity to do just that.


Chamber Information

  • There are over 300 Businesses in Yandina of which over a quarter are members of the Yandina Chamber of Commerce.

  • We have a member’s code of ethics.

  • We assist the local community by:

    • Supporting the annual Yandina Street Fair,

    • Supporting the annual Christmas Carols Event, hosted by the Yandina Baptist Church at the Yandina Historic House precinct,

    • Coordinating Community meetings as required, and

    • Chairing specific committees


Chamber Projects & Objectives

The Yandina Chamber of Commerce will progressively advance its services and support to the business and community of the region by:

  • increasing the membership number of the Chamber;

  • developing and maintaining its own websites;

  • updating and republishing the Yandina Business Directory every 2 years;

  • providing information and assistance to businesses; and

  • providing a conduit between businesses and all levels of government.

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