The Quality in Business Accreditation Scheme is a business improvement tool to assist local businesses to improve the quality and standards of their businesses. Helping businesses to increase revenue and make more profit the scheme has been designed to encourage businesses to think about how they can improve across a number of areas.
This groundbreaking new Mini MBA course from The Isle of Wight Chamber of Commerce sets out to provide you with a comprehensive understanding of fundamental management skills, through accelerated learning and a structured curriculum led by practical insights blended with conceptual managerial frameworks.
When you export your goods abroad you need to compile the correct export documentation – and know where and when to send it. The IW Chamber can help you with this process, ensuring that you avoid delays in payment.
Island Business is our monthly magazine distributed free to all Chamber members, keeping you informed of relevant, local and national news. The Chamber also produces The Official Destination Guide in partnership with Visit Isle of Wight which is distributed across the UK. Preferential rates for members are available in all Chamber publications.
The Isle of Wight Chamber of Commerce is supporting older people on the Island by providing help and advice on starting a business or being self-employed. Age can be an asset for entrepreneurs. There is a false myth out there that to start a business you need to be young and geeky, work from the garage and end up creating companies that go on to become the new Apple or Hewlett Packard.
Working with schools in support of the development of a young persons employability skills. Assisting to provide your business with young people who will help your business grow.
The IW Chamber of Commerce is looking for business leaders who can help to promote investment in the Isle of Wight. The new Business Ambassador scheme draws upon the strong reach of the Island’s business community and its wider networks, allowing select individuals to represent the Isle of Wight at an economic level.