Ayrshire Chamber of Commerce

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Can you afford not to be a member of your local Chamber?

Ayrshire Chamber is a completely independent and not for profit organisation with one straightforward objective. We exist solely to promote and facilitate business between our members and others, therefore representing the best interests of the community by encouraging commercial growth and local prosperity.

Whether you want to be heard in the corridors of power, are looking for international growth or simply sustaining your business to give flexibility.

over your lifestyle, membership of your local Chamber of Commerce will support your goals. Join online or discuss the benefits available to members, in a one to one meeting with our development team.

Call 01292 678666 to arrange an appointment.

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Pay Online

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Chamber Directory

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Summer Networking @ Dumfries House

Summer Networking @ Dumfries House... Read more »

Behind the Scenes @ QTS

Behind the Scenes @ QTS Headquarters... Read more »

CTA Flying Social - Session 1

CTA Flying Social - Session 1... Read more »

CTA- Recruit with Confidence

CTA- Recruit with Confidence... Read more »

UK Government perspective on the referendum

Lord Wallace gives the UK government view on the upcoming Independence referendum... Read more »

Yes Scotland with Fergus Ewing MSP

Fergus Ewing MSP, Minister for Energy, Transport & Tourism, argues the benefits of voting Yes... Read more »


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Skills shortage could dent current growth

Skills shortage could dent current growth... Read more »


Largs Yacht Haven celebrates 30 years in business!

Back in 1983 three local businessmen, Dirk Kuyt, Howard Smallwood & Dave Clark, set about gaining planning permission to develop a new marina on the beach at Largs... Read more »


Construction Growth Set to Continue

Scotland’s construction industry is expected to continue to grow for the next five years, according to the CITB’s new Construction Skills Network forecasts.... Read more »



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Partners for Business

Ayrshire College
Bank of Scotland
Barr Limited
Frazer Coogans
Healthy Working Lives
HillhouseQuarry Group
Munro Partnership
NHS Ayrshire & Arran
West FM
Westfield Health
William Duncan
Worksmart Contracts
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