• May 19
    Business community welcomes election of Melbourne Lord Mayor, Sally Capp

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    Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Chief Executive Mark Stone AM today congratulated newly elected Lord Mayor Sally Capp on her win in the City of Melbourne by-election. Mr Stone said the interests of business had featured strongly in the by-election campaign so it was no surprise...
  • May 11
    From the Executive - 11 May 2018

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    Last week, the Victorian Chamber presented its fourth consecutive post-budget lunch with the Treasurer of Victoria, Tim Pallas MP. The day after handing down the 2018/19 State Budget, the Treasurer outlined key features and impacts on business competitiveness, jobs and investment, to over 350...
  • May 10
    Make May Mental Health Awareness Month

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    With 1 in 5 Australians experiencing mental illness in any given year, issues surrounding the mental health of employees is fast becoming a concern for Australian businesses. To encourage Victorian businesses to increase their awareness of mental health issues and support their managers and...
  • May 10
    Federal and State budgets deliver for Victoria

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    May is budget season with the Victorian and Federal budgets handed down. Both will benefit Victorian business. Road and rail infrastructure featured strongly in both budgets. Combined, almost $50 billion will go towards a number of Victorian Chamber priorities and other infrastructure projects,...
  • May 09
    The 2018 Victorian Premier’s Sustainability Awards are now open!

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    The Premier’s Sustainability Awards acknowledge and celebrate outstanding achievements in the sustainable use of Victoria’s resources through innovation and sustainable practices. This is a great opportunity for you to highlight your business’ commitment to sustainability. There...


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