Ku-Ring-Gai Chamber – Businesses supporting Community NFP

Ku-Ring-Gai Chamber, 11th May, 2022 at Ku-Ring-Gai Neighbourhood Centre

Thanks to Michele Bell, Ku-Ring-Gai Neighbourhood Centre for hosting the Ku-Ring-Gai Chamber May Evening networking event. Amanda Choy, Better Business Partnership, Michele Bell KNC and Peter Kirkwood OAM Rotary Club of Wahroonga spoke about how their organisations are helping businesses and the Ku-Ring-Gai community.

From sustainability and environmentally friendly initiatives to aged care and NDIS to improvements to the Wahroonga village. The work that these organisations handle in our district was impressive.

The Ku-Ring-Gai Chamber is showcasing important initiatives within our district.

If you run a business in the Ku-Ring-Gai community and would like to host an event, email

Ku-ring-gai Chamber – “Opening Doors: How a Business Started and Thrived during COVID”

Ku-ring-gai Chamber, 13 April at Energy Saving Windows

The Ku-ring-gai Chamber event on Wednesday 13th April, was held at Energy Saving Windows, Pymble. The chamber showcased this new business to the district offering doubled glazed window and door solutions for home and office use. The displays really showcased the efficiencies and how energy can be saved.

Ku-ring-gai Chamber is connecting with the Ku-ring-gai business community ( and wider) for networking, education and support with government. Come along to our monthly networking evenings, meet local businesses and connect.

Next meeting is 11th May at Ku-ring-gai Neighbourhood Centre, St Ives Village.

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The Ku-ring-gai Chamber of Commerce – “Emerging from the COVID Cocoon” 9 March, 2022

Ku-ring-gai Chamber of Commerce “Emerging from the COVID Cocoon”

Each month, the Ku-ring-gai Chamber of Commerce will showcase small businesses and business issues within the district.

Our first event for 2022 was the “Emerging from the COVID Cocoon”, held on the 9th March, 2022.

There was a friendly turn out of local Ku-ring-gai business owners and community leaders to celebrate the re-invigoration of the Ku-ring-gai Chamber of Commerce post COIVD.

 Peter Vickers, President of the Chamber, welcomed local business owners throughout the district at this event. There was an interesting “Q & A” where views on local issues and the impact of COVID was discussed.