Cooma Chamber of Commerce was well represented at the NSW Business Chamber Annual Awards last Friday evening at the Sydney Convention Centre. Cooma Chamber was up against 13 other chambers, who had won their local regional award for the Best Local Chamber. Although Cooma Chamber was not the winner this year, Chamber President Kathy Kelly said it was pleasing to see the award presented to a regional Chamber and a town of similar size to Cooma being Gunnedah. There was over 1,000 attendees at the Awards Dinner and Cooma had a great representation with 10 Cooma Chamber members attending the black tie function.
The Cooma Chamber is about to host another information seminar for it’s members and other interested businesses. NBN will available to Cooma businesses from December. To assist businesses to obtain a better understanding of the NBN and how to get connected the Chamber will facilitate an information session with Jonathon James, Community Affairs Manager NBN Co and representatives from NBN retailers. Chamber President Kathy Kelly is pleased to advise the two session one hour sessions have been arranged, the first being 2pm at the Polo Flat Truck Stop, this session is aimed at the Polo Flat Businesses, the second session will be at 5pm at The Alpine Hotel. We encourage all businesses to come along to these sessions. To register for these sessions email firstname.lastname@example.org