Wiltshire Chamber of Commerce

Connecting businesses across the County

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Wiltshire is as famous for ancient monuments such as Stonehenge, as it is world-leading innovative businesses such as Dyson.

Wiltshire Chamber of Commerce connects businesses from across the county  and works in  partnership with charities, the public sector and Government to help your grow your business and stimulate local economic growth.

Under the directorship of Ian Larrard, who is also Director of the Swindon Initiative, Governor of Swindon College and Chair of Swindon BID, Wiltshire’s businesses are brought together to collaborate and profit from sharing knowledge, goods and services.

Wiltshire Chamber members enjoy a number of benefits including:

  • Raise your profile online, in the press and among your peers
  • Opportunities to find new business and advance your sales pipeline
  • Network with experienced and influential business leaders in the local area and beyond
  • Have your views represented at a local and national level to decision makers who listen
  • Gain preferential access to training, advice and support services to help your business grow

Plus, as part of Business West, Wiltshire Chamber provides a local access point to government funding, business services and support, as well as other business opportunities available via your fellow members.

Check out the members' area to view the members' directory, latest tenders and business opportunities, events and news from the local business community. 

  • Join the Chamber

    Connect, share & grow - raise your business profile locally & nationally through the largest membership organisation in the South West.

Latest from the Wiltshire chamber

How we’re helping businesses prepare for Brexit

We have been working very closely with small and medium export businesses about what type of trading relationships they will have after Brexit.
Matt Griffith
Matt Griffith
Posted on: 11.10.17
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Protecting Your Business With Information Security Training

The advent of the internet has dramatically increased the amount of information and data that businesses are handling. Many enterprises now find themselves dealing with large databases stored on...
Ben Hancock
Posted on: 27.09.17
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Wiltshire Friendly Member Stories: Derek Green - Music Tutor - Bath

"As a child I remember my Dad, an engineer, saying to me, “we must remember the club money this week.” The ‘club money’ was his weekly payment towards his income protection which paid out money in...
Clare Macnaughton
Clare Macnaughton
Posted on: 26.09.17
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Upcoming events

Living Wage Business Breakfast

Partner Event

Nationwide Building Society and the Living Wage Foundation are pleased to invite you to a Living...

9th November 2017
Living Wage Business Breakfast

New chamber members

Tenders & Opportunities

Funding to create new & expand existing micro and small businesses in rural WoE LEP areas

Funding to create new & expand existing micro and small businesses in rural areas.