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Australian Chamber
The Australian Chamber is the voice of Australian business, representing enterprises big and small across all industries and all parts of the country.
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Australian Chamber Apr 22
"Labor’s announced changes to temporary skilled visas will impose big cost increases on small businesses who need to fill skill shortages through temporary skilled migration, particularly in regional communities," said today. MR here:
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Australian Chamber Apr 22
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Australian Chamber Apr 22
“The PM's announcement today confirming the detail of the Australian Business Growth Fund, is further welcome recognition of the role small business plays in providing jobs, training & opportunities for Australians" said today. MR here:
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Australian Chamber Apr 17
“The ACTU’s latest statements on multiple job earners once again seeks to mislead working Australians by making a series of claims that misrepresent the facts and do not stand up to scrutiny," said today. Full statement here:
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The Australian Apr 15
‘Grim picture for small business’
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Australian Chamber Apr 15
.@AusChamerCEO, Katie Acheson, Chair, Australian Youth Affairs Coalition & Craig Robertson, CEO, TAFE Directors Australia in discussion on , on what needs to be done to prepare young Australians for future job markets. via
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Australian Chamber Apr 15
In the era of unparalleled globalisation, it's important remains internationally competitive. Check out the list of recommendations we have released, as part of our National Trade Survey Report to help keep competitive:
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Australian Chamber Apr 14
. on why Small Business is a Big Deal this federal election. via
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CCI WA Apr 11
Small Business is a Big Deal in WA, employing more than 500,000+ people. Show your support by liking, commenting or sharing this post. Together, we can show Federal politicians that Small Business is a Big Deal.
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Australian Chamber Apr 10
Small Business is a Big Deal for millions of Australian Workers and their families. Find out how you can show your support for Small Business here:
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Australian Chamber Apr 10
. moves the official vote of thanks. Thanks to our members and John Pierce , for a powerful discussion on energy reform. Special thanks to for hosting.
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Australian Chamber Apr 10
.John Pierce , , CEO Stephen Cartwright and Mark Carkeet in discussion on energy and the business sector, facilitated by .
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Australian Chamber Apr 10
Pleased to have John Pierce AO with us today to address members on on his role as Chairman of the AEMC and the factors that impact the energy market in Australia.
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Australian Chamber Apr 10
With the Federal Election now called for May 18, it's time to remind the major parties why Small Business is a Big Deal. Head to NOW to find out how you can support this election.
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Australian Chamber Apr 9
Nola Watson, President moves the official vote of thanks. Special thanks to for joining us today to outline the Federal Government’s plan for the economy and long-term vision for the country.
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Australian Chamber Apr 9
“Small business people are paying power bills twice. Once in the shop and once again when they get home for their households. Energy prices have got to come down and stay down”- .
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Susi Tegen Apr 9
debating the and need simpler fairer rules and being able to deal with those who do not perform and value those who do
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Australian Chamber Apr 9
. & in discussion on and industrial relations, facilitated by Paul Kelly .
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Australian Chamber Apr 9
“Small & medium sized businesses are the engine room of the economy and the heart of every local community. We as a Coalition Government have always put small business front and centre of our economic plan”- addressing guests on the
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Australian Chamber Apr 9
. CEO Stephen Cartwright introduces the Treasurer to address guests. CEO notes the Chamber was pleased to see support for small business, support for skills and support for infrastructure in the budget.
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