Over the past 18 months, we pressed pause on BMA memberships whilst we looked into a structural review. The Committee is now defining it’s member benefits, pricing and payment structures, and we aim to re-launch memberships in the new financial year. You can also expect to see updates and refresh of our website with thanks to Rob Jennings of We Push Buttons.
In February we engaged Ingrid Giaotto to assist BMA in helping revitalise the association and re-engage with the business community. This State Government funded contract finished on 30th April. I am sure you will join us in thanking Ingrid for a great job over these past 10 weeks. She has helped create fabulous momentum in moving our association forward and we wish her all the best in her future endeavours. Ingrid has enlisted a team of local business leaders to continue exploring ways to engage more people with BMA and help support our local business community. If you’d like to find out more or to get further involved with BMA contact Gen on email@example.com.
BMA Social Drinks
Join us for a casual networking drinks event and meet the inspiring brewers behind Love Shack Brewery. Since launching in December 2020, Conna and Harri have been hard at work pumping out fresh frothies from the rear of the Theatre Royal and injecting great energy into the centre of town. Come taste the fruits of their endeavours and meet up with local business folk.
Love Shack Brewery – side path to Theatre Royal
Tuesday 25 May | 5.30pm to 7.30pm
All welcome – drinks at bar prices, canapes provided
The Business of Climate Change
BMA’s next major event will be held on Monday 7 June 2021 at the Goods Shed with special guest speakers, drinks and catering for a rich discussion on THE BUSINESS OF CLIMATE CHANGE.
We’ll be exploring the vast array of funding and subsidies available to help your business reduce its carbon emissions and save on power bills and we’ll hear from local businesses who have embraced these opportunities. Save the date now and stay tuned for more information.