Campbell & Kennedy (C&K) are two-time winners of Fastest Growing Family Business Award
Chamber president meets with Nicola Sturgeon
Dunbartonshire Chamber of Commerce president, Stewart Rennie, met with the First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon.
Chamber Scores Scottish Rugby Hero for Christmas Lunch!
Former-Glasgow Warriors and Scotland captain, Al Kellock, has been confirmed as the special guest speaker at the Dunbartonshire Chamber of Commerce Christmas Lunch event on Thursday 8th December.
Dunbartonshire Companies set to Brew Up Business Again!
Dunbartonshire Businesses will benefit from a series of new networking events organised by Dunbartonshire Chamber of Commerce. Following the success of the collaborative Cyber Crime event with Business Gateway East Dunbartonshire and FSB and the networking event at Strathleven House with SHBT and FSB the chamber has organised a series of similar events over the coming months. P ...
Developing Young Workforce needs you!
Are you an employer? Might you be interested in informing young people about the kinds of skills and attributes that will be required to work for you? Then please talk to DYW West!
East Dunbartonshire Town Centre Survey
East Dunbartonshire Council's Land Planning Policy team are carrying out a survey on the future of the local town centres. The survey has been designed to help inform a series of town centre strategies the team is currently taking forward. In the first instance, the focus is on Bearsden, Bishopbriggs and Milngavie as Kirkintilloch is currently the subject of an ongoing Masterpl ...
Office space at Carus House
MODERN GROUND FLOOR OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE in CLYDEBANK Sizes ranging from individual small office to full unit (4,170 sq. ft.) Flexible Terms & Incentives available For further information or to arrange a viewing contact: Blyth Deans 0141 951 1131 email@example.com ...
Developing Young Workforce
Developing the Young Workforce Report, encourages education and employers to work closely together to equip all young people with the skills and knowledge they will need to flourish in the workplace. Schools and employers must create meaningful and productive partnerships that build on good practice and existing links. They should bring mutual benefit and evolve to respond to l ...
Why Join the Chamber
Chamber membership can save you hundreds or more each year for just a few pence a day. Have a look at some of the benefits of being a chamber member.
I would highly recommend chamber membership to any Dunbartonshire business. The chamber works hard to make connections and generate profile for its members and SHBT have enjoyed a number of benefits over the years.Elizabeth Mackay, SHBT