Founded in 1877, the Border-Kei Chamber of Business (BKCOB) is the recognised “Voice of Business” in the region, working to create an enabling environment for economic activity and a platform for business to flourish.
WHY BECOME A MEMBER
Click on the link to attend as a visitor (Free) : https://www.inkanyezi.co.za/business-building-symposium/visitor/ Click on the link to apply for an exhibition stand subsidy : https://www.inkanyezi.co.za/business-building-symposium/exhibition-subsidy/ Click on the...
“Becoming a member of the BKCOB has definitely been the best decision we have made from a corporate marketing point of view. The ongoing friendly support we received from the Chamber and access to the wide variety of networking events and functions you continually host throughout the year is paramount to the growth of any business.”
Colin Beard – Secure Group
“There is no better place to develop your business than the Border-Kei Chamber. I have been able to meet and do business with the nicest and most professional people. Each of the Chamber’s Annual signature events has its own attraction to attraction to attendees and sponsors. We get to meet new business contacts, exchange ideas, strengthen existing relationships and enhance our brand with members. I have to say that the email updates on what is the next event. The best part about the Border-Kei Chamber of Business network is the opportunities they provide with a wide variety of like-minded business people in relaxed surroundings. Who new networking could be so fun?”
Nicole Sieberhagen – MSC Holdings
“When you meet at a Chamber networking, and you leave having made a few friends, that is a relationship for life”
Jeannine Dickie – Hire Power
“Thank you Sam for your passion in growing businesses. Your creative energy and marketing ideas help us fuel our sales during these challenging times and beyound. The value you deliver to our business makes it worth our while to be affiliated with the BKCOB. Thank you…”
Sibongile Booi – Second Office
“Of the many positives associated with the chamber, the one that appeals most to a journalist is that they never fudge issues or squat on the fence.”
Ted Keenan – Daily Dispatch