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Apply for Chamber Membership 2019/20 | Barnstaple Chamber | Wednesday, 17. April 2019

To apply for membership, please complete the information required for Registration above, this will then be submitted to the BDCC team for processing.
Chamber membership is £60 + VAT per annum, charged on a pro-rata basis for each complete month of membership remaining of the membership year.
Application Process

Complete this Eventbrite application form by clicking on Register above
Your application is processed at the next Chamber Executive meeting (usually 3rd Wednesday of each month, except August & December where there are no meetings)
After the meeting you will be contacted by the Chamber with an invoice and any details to complete your application
Once invoice is paid and all details have been received, you will receive a New Member pack with your membership certificate

Why join?
Whatever your business, joining the Chamber can provide networking opporunities for your business to help you grow and prosper. 
The Chamber has a first class reputation and strong links with key business support organisations locally, regionally and nationally, and is instrumental in enabling members to share business experience and best practice for their mutual benefit.
As a Chamber member, you can be part of a key business organisation that has been established for over 100 years.  Our five key objectives are:

Promote your business

We support members through sponsorship opportunities, presenting at Chamber events, listing on our website, newsletter feature & social media support to help you raise your profile in the business community


Access to free or subsidised seminars & training.  Information events about business issues, such as the Bank of England meetings for updates on the the economy

Business Support

Within the Chamber network, there are a number of professionals who can offer advice and assistance on a range of issues and where we can't help directly, we can signpost members to someone who can


Regular meetings for members and non-members; sharing business knowledge and interests, strengthening business relationships and establishing new ones

Lobbying & Representation

Engagement with local, regional and national business organisations and government bodies to promote the needs of member businesses and the local economy

Building a stronger business community.  Together.