Chamber admin are responsible for the day to day running of the chamber, dealing with enquiries, membership as well as organising events and meetings.
Have Your Say: East Dunbartonshire Economic Development Strategy
The East Dunbartonshire Economic Partnership (EDEP) invites you to take part in the draft Economic Development Strategy 2017, which sets out the priorities and objectives that the partnership will be focussing on over the next 3 years. There are also a series of action plans relating to each priority which will explain how we aim to achieve these objectives.
EDEP consists of economic development practitioners from: Dunbartonshire Chamber of Commerce, Department for Work and Pensions, East Dunbartonshire Council, East Dunbartonshire Voluntary Action, Federation of Small Businesses, Scottish Enterprise, Skills Development Scotland, and VisitScotland.
The draft strategy is available on East Dunbartonshire Council’s website:
https://www.eastdunbarton.gov.uk/council/consultations/draft-economic-development-strategy-2017-2020-consultation along with a short survey that asks you whether you agree with the content of the strategy or have any additional thoughts.
Your suggestions will contribute to a re-draft and finalisation of the Economic Development Strategy that will be in place until 2020.
If you have any comments or concerns, please contact email@example.com
If you would like to discuss this strategy in person, drop-ins will be held as follows:
• Bearsden Hub: Tuesday 5th September 3pm-7pm
• Bishopbriggs War Memorial: Tuesday 12th September 3pm-7pm
• Kirkintilloch Hub: Tuesday 19th September 3pm-7pm
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