Chamber of Commerce NT
The Voice of Territory Business
Established in 1957 the Chamber of Commerce NT is the largest employer association in the Northern Territory. An independent, not-for-profit and non-government body – our membership and offices span the Territory.
We are proud to provide our Members and the Northern Territory business community an effective platform for lobbying on the issues that impact upon business, whilst providing services and support to business in a number of key areas including industrial relations, training, employment, education and training advice, networking and premier business events. To see more of the value our Members receive go to Membership Services.
The Chamber of Commerce Northern Territory is governed by a Board of Directors and has both a General Council and Regional Executive Council in each region of the Northern Territory ensuring our Members have direct influence and control in the lobbying platforms and policies of the Chamber in addition to ensuring the service provided meet expectations of business in the Northern Territory.
Greg Bicknell - Chief Executive Officer08 8982 8100 email@example.com www.chambernt.com.au/
Greg Bicknell has been Chief Executive Officer with the Northern Territory Chamber of Commerce & Industry since December 2012. Commencing with the Chamber in 2000 as the Tradestart Export Adviser he then went on to manage the Industry Councils until his current appointment. Greg brings to the CEO role a robust interest and passion for determining business opportunity; identifying business needs; and addressing these needs through a pragmatic, wide view, consultative process.
His last decade working with larger corporations; government bodies and small to medium business puts him in an ideal position to work strongly and positively for the Chamber’s most important commodity – its members. Greg’s ten years working with International trade and the manufacturing industry gives him first-hand experience in the continued improvement needed to Northern Territory businesses in raising export and import opportunities.
Greg continues to travel widely with member delegations looking at opportunities that will give long term benefit to Northern Territory business, in particular, Chamber members. He sits on several consultative and advisory committees and has an excellent knowledge and insight into government processes on all levels, in turn, giving him the ability to advocate on behalf of Chamber members successfully.
Greg is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and the Migration Industry Association. Greg has lived in the Northern Territory since 1985 with interests outside of work including travel, cricket and reading.