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Bob Litchfield with Michelle Hoad, managing director of NMTAFE and Josie Daniele from NMTAFE and the Swan Chamber of Commerce at the chamber’s March networking event.

Chamber networking event a hit with businesses

THE Swan Chamber of Commerce had a hit recently when it held its networking event for the month of March.

With over 100 attendees and graciously hosted by North Metropolitan TAFE – Midland campus, it was an event that show-cased the benefits of joining the Chamber.  

Local businesses such as The Great Northern Distillery and Upper Reach Winery showcased their refreshing beverages produced locally in the Swan Valley to the attendees.  

Peter Ebell, Executive Director of NMTAFE Corporate Executive, spoke about some of the upcoming projects and developments at the Midland Campus. 

“NMT is a key partner assisting the Swan region to expand and flourish,” he said. 

“We are happy to host the Swan Chamber of Commerce and their members, and we look forward to working with them to develop the capacity of their respective workforces.” 

Swan Networking events are all about connecting local businesses to develop a dynamic business community in the Swan Region. 

Become a member of the Swan Chamber of Commerce and enjoy all the associated benefits. 

Not only do they facilitate fantastic networking events to help expand business networks, they also host events for Swan Women in Business as well as the new Swan Community in Business, providing an opportunity for both men and women to network at business luncheons.

Don’t miss their very popular upcoming Breakfast Club events which usually feature key guest speakers on a range of topics. 

The Swan Chamber of Commerce is known for its strong advocacy voice within the Swan region and continues to advocate on behalf of its members’ interests to further develop the Swan region and build a dynamic business community. 

About Liam Ducey

Liam Ducey is an experienced journalist, having worked in print media in Kalgoorlie, Esperance, Port Hedland, Bunbury and across the metropolitan area, as well as online for several Fairfax Media mastheads. His reporting has seen him awarded the 2013 Clubs WA award for Best Club Media Story and the Western Australian Football Commission Umpiring Media Award in 2014. He was a finalist in three categories in the 2018 WA Media Awards and is not at all salty that he didn't win at least one. He's recently had a baby girl, Emilia, with his wife Roselyn and has lost all concept of time and sleep.

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