The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry is the voice of Australian business, representing businesses of all sizes and all industries in all parts of Australia.
The Australian Chamber brings together all state and territory chambers of commerce and a variety of national industry associations. These organisations make up the Chamber’s member network, allowing us to connect industry, business, governments and regulators.
With a history dating back 170 years, the Australian Chamber combines the brand strength of chambers of commerce with the capacity of industry associations. Our network includes more than 300,000 businesses, which in total employ over four million people.
We are a dynamic, practical and powerful organisation that assists members to achieve industry-specific and broader business objectives.
Partnering with the Australian Chamber
The Australian Chamber maintains relationships with providers of goods and services to the business sector that wish to increase awareness of their offerings among our membership. The financial support helps to fund the Australian Chamber’s policy and advocacy efforts on behalf of business.
These partnerships should benefit both parties, so the Australian Chamber provides appropriate recognition of support in our communications and networking activities.
Partnership with the Australian Chamber through advertising or sponsorship can involve:
direct marketing to Australia’s business leaders, including CEOs, board members and senior executives of our
access to the key decision-makers within our member organisations;
endorsement from the leading business group in Australia;
extensive reach through our member network to businesses of all sizes and in all industries across Australia;
access to established channels of communication reaching a receptive and engaged target audience, with the
potential to reach more than 300,000 businesses across Australia;
access to the Australian Chamber CEO and other senior staff;
access to members of parliament and senators;
access to senior officers within the Australian public service; and
access to the Canberra press gallery and key business commentators.