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Durban Chamber “joins the club”
The Durban Chamber of Commerce and Industry has relocated to the Durban Country Club which was effective 3 August 2020.
The Durban Chamber of Commerce and Industry is now based at the iconic and world-class sporting and leisure facilities of the Durban Country Club, located at 101 Isaiah Ntshangase Road in Stamford Hill, Durban.
“There is a tremendous sense of a new chapter of history being written. This partnership between our two iconic entities marks a mutual commitment to contributing to our City’s drive for inclusive economic participation for all businesses. The Durban Country Club is conveniently located on highly accessible traffic routes and welcomes the broader eThekwini business community and all who co-labour with us to grow our City’s economy,” said Nigel Ward, President of the Durban Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
The Durban Country Club has been a member of the Durban Chamber for 34 years, and this move echoes and reinforces the Chamber’s commitment to building strong partnerships and relationships with local businesses in the pursuit of growing an inclusive economy in eThekwini.
“We are proud to have our historic entities co-exist in the same locality, which will enable us both to leverage our years of extensive experience serving the Durban community and providing an exceptional and conducive networking environment. We look forward to welcoming the Durban Chamber of Commerce and Industry to our property and working together to serve our respective members. As a member of the Durban Chamber, we strive to operate by the ethos of being In Business for a Better World,” said Kamlesh Ranchhod, Chairman of the Durban Country Club.
A few benefits of the relocation to the historic and prestigious Durban Country Club are the convenient location, sufficient parking, and easy accessibility for those using public transportation.
The Durban Chamber’s main telephone contact number will remain as +27 (0)31 335 1000
Durban Chamber joins the club.pdf
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