Tomaree Business Chamber and Destination Port Stephens to Share Office Space

Danny Eather of Destination Port Stephens with Peter Clough of Tomaree Business Chamber. Photo by Marian Sampson
Danny Eather of Destination Port Stephens with Peter Clough of Tomaree Business Chamber. Photo by Marian Sampson

 

IT has been on the agenda for Nelson Bay for many years, and now two key business groups have combined their headquarters, making the business of driving and building business in the bay more collaborative.

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Tomaree Business Chamber is on the move, as the premises it has occupied for the last few years has been demolished, making way for the long awaited Yacaaba Street extension.

Destination Port Stephens (DPS) had outgrown its office.

Timing and common goals lead to a decision to share a premises with Tomaree Business Chamber at 32A and B, Nelson Towers, Victoria Parade, Nelson Bay.

Bringing the two teams together under one roof, in a purpose-designed office space will enhance communication and promote a stronger working relationship for the future of Port Stephens.

“The move to share an office space makes great business sense for both organisations, with collaboration between us, on important local projects, on the increase over the past 18 months,” Chamber President, Ryan Palmer said.

The collaboration has seen DPS marketing the Chamber’s events over the past 18 months driving communications for Bluewater Country Music, Tastes at the Bay and the inaugural Love Summer, Love Nelson Bay campaign.

Peter Clough of the Tomaree Business Chamber told News Of The Area, “The two entities will remain independent while sharing some facilities.”

He believes that while Chamber and DPS have similar objectives, they have different strategic directions.

“Chamber deals directly with the business community, we are here to support them,” he said.

All other contact details for both organisations have not changed.

 

By Marian SAMPSON

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