Business Support Services

Business Support Services Chiltern Chamber

The Chamber aims to support business in the Chiltern region, and our member businesses. This can be seen through our three main priorities.

Where we are asked for contributions towards local events, normally these must pass the test “how would this fit with the Chamber’s priorities?”

How the Chamber’s three Priorities support Businesses

Business Support

  • Our strength is our network
  • A large and diverse membership
  • Regular networking events provide opportunities to share experiences, or to ask questions of your peers
  • We seek to share news and spread knowledge relating to local business issues

Skills and Training

  • Development of skills is a precondition of building for sustainable economic growth in the future
  • The Chamber supports skills development, visit our Skills and Training page

Local Economic Development

  • Local and regional planning for economic growth
  • Strong links with three tiers of local Government

Visit our economic development page for more information.

Resources

Here you will find useful information about local organisations.

If you come across a document or information that you think would be useful to other members of Chiltern Chamber, please feel free to e-mail it to us for inclusion on our website – info@chilternchamber.org

Chesham Hub

On the first floor of Chesham Library, the Hub is a place for Chamber members to use as an ad hoc office or meeting room. Co-branded with Bucks Business First, the Hub provides all the usual library resources, including free Wi-Fi.

Export Documentation

Chamber members can claim a 10% discount on Certificates of Origin and other export documentation, through our arrangement with Watford & West Herts Chamber of Commerce. Please contact Fay Thomson.

Documents

Chamber AGM 2015

What our members say:

We have found the Chiltern Chamber of Commerce and its networking events to be engaging and successful for meeting with new business contacts. They host a range of events, from breakfast seminars and evening events, all of which are well attended by local businesses. For our business, it has been a great investment. We are always looking for ways to connect with small and medium sized businesses, it has proved fruitful to be members of the Chamber and utilise their marketing channels to promote our business to its wider membership. We value the relationship and the work of the CCOC to businesses.
Raj Nagji – The Local Directory