The following organisations are neighbours, of the Bournemouth Chamber of Trade & Commerce:
The DJC is a networking organisation designed to bring together professionals in and around Dorset. They hold regular training and social events and their focus is on building the important business relationships to see their members into the future.
The Bournemouth Junior Chamber was formed in 1967 as a forum for young business and professional men and women from Bournemouth and district to meet and consider matters of local and general interest. Their members are generally in their 20’s and 30’s (although associate membership is available until 45). They offer a relaxed and informal way to meet people from other areas of business through their Social evenings, but they also take an interest in local business developments and issues.
Dorset Chamber of Commerce, affiliated to the British Chamber, represents businesses of all sizes and sectors from across the County of Dorset and beyond delivering the very best services, business information and advice. They hold over 100 events and training courses every year and strive to give all their members the opportunity to learn, meet new contacts and promote their business through networking or sponsorship opportunities.
The Weymouth & Portland Chamber has been established for over 80 years. Run by business people for business people, they aim to represent the business interests, voices and concerns of the local community and make it easier for businesses to network with other like-minded people.
The Brighton & Hove Chamber is the voice of the City’s business people, and it’s a voice that really helps its members build successful businesses. They have a reputation for providing high-quality networking opportunities and delivering a wide-ranging syllabus of inspirational advice and effective training.
BAHA is the association that supports the whole hospitality industry in the Bournemouth area with the highest quality of services and resources available to ensure it remains a powerful force within commerce and industry.
Our local council, responsible for everything from Education to Environment, Social Care to Streets.
The Federation of Small Businesses is the UK's largest campaigning pressure group promoting and protecting the interests of the self-employed and owners of small firms. Formed in 1974, it now has 200,000 members across 33 regions and 194 branches.
South West Chambers
The South West Chambers of Commerce is a network open to all of the 132 Chambers (large and small) located across the seven counties of the South West Region of England. Together, this network embraces over 10,000 businesses who between them have some 350,000 employees, thus providing the economic livelihoods for at least 500,000 people (equating to 10% of the entire population of the Region).