THE HUNT is on for the region's brightest and most proactive young leaders to join Tamworth's Junior Business Chamber.
Two positions have become available on the chamber committee, after couple of members have left in recent months.
President Anneka Frayne said while any applicants are welcome to apply, she would particularly be on the lookout for someone who can help promote and expand the organisation.
"We just need somebody who has some sort of skill or can bring something new to the committee," she said.
"We really need somebody in marketing to help promote our events, so someone who is a marketer or a photographer or something like that because at the moment we're lacking that skill.
"We need somebody with big ideas and big connections as well."
She said while the chamber board may be headhunting people, joining the committee will also be beneficial for anyone who is chosen.
The group is primarily about networking, according to Ms Frayne, and provides a great opportunity to its members to move forward in their careers.
"The chamber is all about business networking and businesses working together within the community," she said.
"It's about working together to promote each other and making sure people are buying local and that sort of thing."
She described the chance to learn from each other and guest speakers as an incredible experience, using Edwina Sharrock OAM as an example.
Ms Sharrock is the founder and CEO of Birth Beat and recently talked about her career and what difficulties young entrepreneurs should expect to face.
Anybody who is interested in joining the Tamworth Junior Chamber or seeing what it has to offer is being asked to submit their inquiries via email to email@example.com.
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