Supporting Our Members

Our primary objective is to actively support the interests of local business and encourage commerce for the benefit of our local economy.

Workshops and Seminars

Learn new business skills with our regular training/education workshops and seminars to success in your business.

Networking Events

With over 150 members, we actively encourage business to business networking and relationship building.

Buy Local Campaigns

We support local businesses with Buy Local Campaigns and competitions for shoppers throughout the year.

A Voice to Council

We support local businesses on issues relating to council and are a strong and committed voice to government and public.

Website Presence

Members are promoted on our website’s online Businesss Directory and all our social media platforms.

Focus Magazine

A monthly publication advertising local businesses and events delivering 7000 copies to homes in the Kiama LGA.

About The Chamber

The Kiama and District Business Chamber (KDBC) is a not for profit association with an ever growing membership base comprised of companies and individual business people. Our Board of volunteers actively support the interests of local businesses and the community.

The primary objective of the KDBC Board and it’s members is to encourage commerce, support commercial and retails business and promote the “Buy Local” initiative for the benefit of our local economy.

Upcoming Events

We host a number of networking events designed to provide fellow Members with the opportunity to network with likeminded business people.

Small businesses are the backbone of our local community. Having owned a small family business, I know how crucial the support of a fabulous Business Chamber and the right government voices are. I have worked closely with the Kiama and Districts Business Chamber for years to ensure that our local small businesses are connected with relevant grant opportunities and other support services, as well as sharing ideas and plans to make our community a fantastic place to live and work. I will continue advocating on behalf of local businesses at every opportunity.

Fiona Phillips MP