About the Chamber
A CROWD is much easier heard than a single voice ... and that, in a nutshell, is what Helensburgh and Lomond Chamber of Commerce is all about.
As a group of business people working and campaigning together Helensburgh and Lomond Chamber of Commerce is a very powerful tool.
Membership of the Chamber enables businesses owners to share information and resources and to speak to people who understand the problems they are facing and who may be able to offer some useful advice and support.
It gives them a say in the future marketing of the town and a voice at many tables including the CHORD Project, community planning and Argyll and Bute Council as well as a credible presence for the powers-that-be at Faslane.
There are monthly oportunities for networking at informal events with a programme of guest speakers each sharing their own individual specialism or knowledge with the members as well as a number of purely social events.
The sharing of knowledge and resources that this facilitates can save much time and money for individual members and there are a number of other great membership benefits on offer through the Chamber ranging from business mentoring to real deals on services.
Together we create an effective crowd all working towards a healthy and prosperous business community which will benefit everyone.
Chamber festive celebration
HELENSBURGH and Lomond Chamber of Commerce members kicked of the Festive Season is real style thanks to La Barca, Helensburgh.
La Barca's geniel proprietor Milan Nikolic laid on a superb Festive Feast for the members at popular tapas bar and restaurant and his generosity was greatly appreciated by all who attended.
Milan is pictured with Chamber Chief Executive Alan Trail and board member Frank Willoughby.
The January meeting of the chamber will be held thisTuesday, January 14, at 5.30pm in the Commodore Hotel, Helensburgh.
OUR November meeting was kindly hosted by Amit and Manish at Helensburgh's newest eatery Masala Twist.
Born in Glasgow's West End Masala Twist has become a byword in Glasgow for great food and they provided our members with a great welcome and a chance to try out some of their tasty treats.
Our guest speaker was Campbell Divertie who brought us up to date on CHORD and there were updates also on the Christmas Window competion and the Winter Festival.
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