Small Business is a Big Deal

Small Business is a big deal for millions of Australian workers and their families The...

Small Business is a big deal for millions of Australian workers and their families

The Australian Chamber has been listening to the Small Business Community.

They have told us what they want from the next Federal Government:
1. Help employers and employees work better together
2. Deliver affordable reliable energy with lower emissions
3. Stop the collapse in skills

Click the button below to find out more about the Small Business is a Big Deal Campaign

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Find out about our membership and how to join us in making Australia a great...

Find out about our membership and how to join us in making Australia a great place to do business.

Certificates of Origin

Certificates of Origin are a documentary system used in modern international trade for millions of...

Certificates of Origin are a documentary system used in modern international trade for millions of transactions around the globe every year.

Chamber News & Publications

Australian Chamber congratulates Prime Minister Morrison and his Coalition Government on re-election

19 May 2019

“The business community congratulates the Prime Minister and the Coalition for winning...

VALE THE HON ROBERT JAMES LEE HAWKE AC, GCL

17 May 2019

The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Australia’s largest and most representative business network, today paid tribute to the life...

Labor Tourism Policy welcomed by Australian Chamber-Tourism

16 May 2019

The Australian Chamber – Tourism, the national peak body of Australian tourism organisations supports Labor's Tourism Policy announced yesterday evening.

Australian Chamber to call for 1.8% increase to minimum and award wages today in Melbourne

14 May 2019

Australia’s largest and most representative business network, the Australian Chamber of Commerce...

Australian Chamber response to Labor’s costings

10 May 2019

“We welcome Labor’s commitment to delivering surpluses and paying down debt, and for releasing costings a week prior to Election...

Targeting lower power prices: increase competition not regulation

10 May 2019

The Coalition’s commitment to reduce power prices through increased supply and competition is a positive response to calls by the...

Business welcomes R&D tax break for collaboration

08 May 2019

Australia’s largest network of businesses, the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, welcomes Labor’s pledge today to boost the Research...

GETTING ON WITH BUSINESS 2019: Australia’s largest business network launches policy manifesto for the next Federal Government

07 May 2019

The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry today launched its policy recommendations...

Australian Chamber-Tourism welcomes Coalition’s Tourism Policy

03 May 2019

Australian Chamber – Tourism, the peak body representing national tourism groups acknowledges the formal announcement of the Coalition’s tourism policy,...

Tourism Satellite Accounts 2017-2018 highlight labour and skills needs in the visitor economy

01 May 2019

The Tourism Satellite Accounts for 2017-18 highlight the visitor economy as one...

Industry-wide wage increases set and subsidised by government put small businesses under pressure

30 Apr 2019

“Whilst we welcome the Opposition’s decision to limit Government subsidised wage increases...

Labor’s proposed changes to temporary skilled migration impose big costs on small business

23 Apr 2019

Labor’s announced changes to temporary skilled visas will impose big cost increases...

Australian Business Growth Fund recognises Small Business is a Big Deal

23 Apr 2019

“This announcement is recognition that small businesses is one of the major drivers of economic growth. One of the biggest...

ACTU must stop misrepresenting the facts on employment

18 Apr 2019

“The ACTU’s latest statements on multiple job earners once again seeks to mislead working Australians by making a series of...

Opinion Editorial | A big deal for job makers and risk takers

15 Apr 2019

Chambers of commerce reach into every community through their members - your newsagent, your butcher, your pharmacist, your dentist, and...

Business welcomes Labor focus on surplus & skills but worried by wages plan

05 Apr 2019

A commitment from a future Labor government to deliver surplus budgets against the risk of future global shocks is welcomed...

Billion dollar threat to small business still stands

04 Apr 2019

“Hundreds of thousands of Australian small businesses have been left in limbo, not knowing whether or not they will be...

Business welcomes bipartisan support for small business instant asset write-off

04 Apr 2019

Australia’s largest voice for small business, the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, welcomes the passage of a Bill through...

Budget delivers measures to keep tourism sector strong

02 Apr 2019

The measures in the budget are a good first step to continue the momentum for Australian tourism which is outperforming...

Budget delivers for small business and skills

02 Apr 2019

“With a budget surplus is in sight, more than a decade after the Global Financial Crisis, we would have preferred...

Small Business looks to the Budget

01 Apr 2019

Small Business will be looking to the Federal Government in Budget 2019 to help to sustain the right environment for...

Australian Chamber welcomes increased funding for Export Market Development Scheme

29 Mar 2019

“Today’s announcement will relieve some of the pressures that exporters face and should allow more businesses to gain better rebates,...

United Nations Body Rejects ACTU Complaint Against Australian Building and Construction Commission

28 Mar 2019

Australia’s official employer representative to the United Nations’ International Labour Organisation (ILO),...

Small Business is a Big Deal: Australia’s largest business network gives voice to issues facing small business

27 Mar 2019

Australia’s largest voice for Small Business, the Australian Chamber of Commerce and...

Living wage proposal will hurt the people it is supposed to help

26 Mar 2019

The Labor Party’s plan to introduce a living wage will hurt small businesses and the job prospects of workers it...

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