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The hub for
Te Awamutu business

Are you local to Te Awamutu? Are you in business? Are you keen to connect with other businesses? You've come to the right place!

The Te Awamutu Business Chamber are champions of local business, providing a range of support to the Te Awamutu business community. From access to events and networking opportunities, upskilling with professional development, and representation for business locally, regionally and nationally, we provide support to help business thrive. 


Be Seen

Make the most of marketing opportunities for your business offered by the Chamber including inclusion in our e-mail newsletters, online member directory, the Support Local Te Awamutu business to consumer website, speaking opportunities + more

Be Heard

Benefit from our local and national advocacy efforts, representing the interests of our members to key stakeholders


Get invites to training and seminars and keep up to date with relevant updates including employment law, finance, marketing + more 


Access business support optional extras such as mentoring through the New Zealand Chamber network 


Be invited to our networking events to connect with other like-minded businesses in the Waipa region


Access a range of member discounts, from retail, IT and office supplies to telecommunications, travel + more  

Join us today!

View our pricing & packages and complete an online registration form


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