Why Join

Here at the Chamber, we aim to be the most valued first point of contact for business support and advocacy in the Nelson Tasman region. Hear what Prices Pharmacy has to say about belonging to the chamber;

Belonging to the Chamber makes great business sense. It expands your network, helps build relationships and grows your business. You can attend the chamber’s network marketing events, seminars and workshops as often or as little as you like.

As a member, you will be be supported by a strong collective voice for business, and have your concerns heard by decision makers. We regularly make submissions on local issues using the feedback we receive from members.

Check out the discounts and free specialist employment law and HR advice our members receive. You can learn about other businesses or promote your own through our bi-monthly Commerce Comment magazine – every issue reaching over 8,800 local business people. Members are included in our online directory and this will further boost your business in Google or other search engine rankings.

More than 580 businesses in the Nelson Tasman region belong to the Chamber. These are businesses of a diverse range and size. About 45% of our members are sole trader or 2 person businesses, while 90% of our members employ fewer than 20 staff.

Membership fees depend on the size of your businessAll businesses in the Nelson Tasman region are welcome to join. Click here to apply online.


Paul Brockie -Absolute Energy and Brockie renovations:

“For what you get out of it, the Chamber is cheap to join. And despite what some people think, it’s not really aimed at big business. It’s very suitable for small businesses that want to grow and need to know what is going on in the business community around them.”

Sean Thurlow – Ground Power Electrical:

“The Chamber offers great support for tradespeople. The bigger organisations are there to support the smaller business. I would certainly go to the Chamber for help as my business grows and I need advice in specific areas.”

Pete Patullo – Ubike:

“The Chamber provides an independent viewpoint. They have good public profile and they don’t hold back on important issues. They provide a crucial voice for business.”