Dunbartonshire Loves Local

Dunbartonshire Chamber of Commerce is currently working with partners, businesses and stakeholders to build momentum for a Shop and Trade Local Campaign to link with the national #ScotlandLovesLocal drive. If you are a local business you can also get involved to raise awareness, engagement and generate support for local businesses.

Hear what our members have to say about the Chamber

We were delighted to receive some glowing reports and who better to provide and insight into the benefits of Chamber Membership than our wonderful members themselves.

Watch this short selection of member vox pops courtesy of member-company, Turkey Red Media.



The Small Business Transitional Relief caps bill increases if the 2023 revaluation meant that you::- a) Are no longer eligible for the Small Business Bonus Scheme. b) Saw a reduction in your eligibility for the Small Business Bonus Scheme. c) Are no longer eligible for Rural Rate Relief.

The Scottish Government held its first New Deal for Business Group meeting on 17th May, 2023. It was co-chaired by Neil Gray, Cabinet Secretary for Wellbeing Economy, Fair Work and Energy and Dr Poonam Malik.

The establishment of the group was announced by the First Minister as a mechanism to seek to develop a new model of working between the Scottish business community and Scottish Government. This was in response to widespread criticism voiced by the Chamber and other business organisations on the failure of Government to adequately respond to several policies and regulations which have been introduced despite clearly having a damaging impact on business and chamber members.

DCC's mentoring program is already proving to be a success, with the first member to participate in the program already reaping the benefits. Michael Corry, the owner of Core Projects, sought guidance on how to take his business to the next level and was matched with experienced business mentor Michael Clerck of Basics and Beyond.


Cordale Housing Association, is looking for volunteers to become part of their Governing Body.

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I would highly recommend chamber membership to any Dunbartonshire business. The chamber works hard to make connections and generate profile for its members and SHBT have enjoyed a number of benefits over the years.

Elizabeth Mackay, SHBT

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