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New Electronic Fire and Safety Hub at New College Lanarkshire
New College Lanarkshire’s Kirkintilloch Campus has undergone a complete refurbishment of its existing facilities to provide a specialist hub for its Electronic Fire and Security offering.
Have Your Say: East Dunbartonshire Economic Development Strategy
East Dunbartonshire Economic Strategy Consultation: Your suggestions will contribute to a re-draft and finalisation of the Economic Development Strategy that will be in place until 2020.
Canal Festival Goes with a Bang
Thousands of people took part in the 2017 celebration of everything nautical and nice, with highlights including the Saturday evening concert and fireworks, Water Rollerz, Zoolab, canoeing, archery, climbing wall, stone-carving sessions, boat trips, bubbleologist, roller disco, nostalgic tea dance and more. Gala Sunday included classic cars, market stalls, meet the pirates, sin ...
BREAKFAST CLUB SERVES UP BUSINESS NETWORKING
The first 3rd Thursday: Business Breakfast Club was an instant success with 20+ businesses in attendance. The event was an informal opportunity to catch up with fellow businesspeople over a cup of coffee. There was no agenda just an out of hours networking opportunity to connect, share and develop relationships. Damon Scott, Chief Executive, Dunbartonshire Chamber of Commerce s ...
Cafe with a Conscience
The Golden Jubilee Foundation recently announced the launch of Café Latte, a new not for profit, coffee shop, literally pouring profits back into the Golden Jubilee Foundation Charity, supporting healthcare across Scotland.
Notice of Dunbartonshire Chamber of Commerce AGM
Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of the Chamber will take place at Clyde Training Solutions, Cable Depot Road, Clydebank G81 1UF on Friday 29 September 2017 at 1.30pm
COLLEGE WINS MARKETING AWARD
New College Lanarkshire has continued its awards streak for 2017, winning bronze for best public sector marketing campaign at the Marketing Society Star Awards.
Open for Business 2017
Local businesses are being invited to attend the Council’s FREE “Meet The Buyer” public procurement event, bringing together buyers and services from the Council as well as Scotland Excel and the Supplier Development Programme, so the event offers you the chance to speak directly to the purchasers and decision-makers including the Council’s Procurement and Economic Development teams.
The Royal Marines Charity Abseil
Businesses are being sought to sponsor their staff to abseil 150ft off the iconic Titan Crane in Clydebank on Saturday 9 September. Entry is just £30 and participants are more than welcome to raise their own sponsorship for the charity of their choice. Charity chamber members are also welcome to use this to support their own fundraising efforts.
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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