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We are currently looking for Trade Associations in Poole to become affiliated with the Chamber.

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The Poole Chamber of Trade & Commerce is committed to providing local businesses with practical and relevant support. The Chamber provides a platform for businesses to engage, providing the opportunity for local businesses to network, and, give local businesses a strong voice in our community. We strive on our ability to provide dedicated support to businesses and individuals who want to improve, and hope to play an important role in encouraging and shaping the future economic prosperity of our local community.



Latest News


Lighthouse and BSO look forward to refurbishment

Lighthouse Poole’s Centre for the ArtsLighthouse is delighted that Kirill Karabits has renewed his contract with Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra to be their Chief Conductor as the venue looks forward to the £5.3 million refurbishment that will greatly improve the experiences of performers and the public alike.

“Over the next three years there is much to look forward to as the Orchestra celebrates its 125th anniversary and  Lighthouse celebrates 40 years as the region’s major cultural provider with a significant capital programme to refresh and enhance our facilities,” says Lighthouse Chief Executive Elspeth McBain.


Chambers make a splash at RNLI headquarters

Ian Girling, DCCI's chief executive and Poole president Roger WilliamsBusinesses in Poole have thrown their weight behind a campaign to create a pan-Dorset network of chambers of commerce to fight the county's corner.

Dorset Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI) has been spearheading the push to unite business groups to give them a stronger voice locally, regionally and nationally.

Now Poole Chamber of Trade and Commerce has joined the alliance by becoming the fourth organisation to become affiliated so far. It follows hot on the heels of Broadstone, Weymouth and Portland and Dorchester to sign up. With Poole’s membership number approaching 100, it brings the combined might of the chambers to nearly 1200 businesses.


Lewis-Manning preparing to Go Yellow for Hospice Awareness Month

Lewis-Manning HospiceLewis-Manning in Poole is urging locals to support its National Hospice Awareness Month campaign throughout June to help raise both awareness and funds for the hospice and highlight the important role of hospices in the local community. 

The charity, which supports over 650 local people each year living with cancer and other life-limiting illnesses, will be hosting a number of events and activities including a Patients Tea Party, Cream Tea, Bike Ride, Book Sale and Treasure Hunt. On June 24th the hospice will be appealing for supporters to don their brightest sunshine yellow clothes on Wear Yellow Day, a colour associated with hope, memory and hospice care, to raise money and help them to continue to provide its free services.


Teachers Building Society is a Star Company Finalist

Teachers Building SocietyTeachers Building Society has been announced as a finalist in Rock Recruitment’s Rock Star Awards in the Star Company category.

The Star Company Award recognises companies that offer opportunities and rewards to Dorset's stars of the future: businesses that hire, train and promote from within, with a particular emphasis on the age bracket of 16-26 year olds.

Teachers Building Society is a finalist alongside AFC Bournemouth and Greendale Construction Ltd.




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