Your Business Association
Becoming a member of the Silverdale Business gives you access to the ever-growing benefits that are on offer. Including a comprehensive listing on the Silverdale Business website directory and access to members only deals.
Silverdale Area Business Association [SABA] is an incorporated society that has been established since 1986. SABA’s incorporated society number is 308415. The business association exists to “guide and assist the development & advancement of businesses in the Silverdale area” [Section 3, SABA constitution].
We do this through:
- Advocacy on behalf of the business community for issues that affect members, including transport access to the area and future business development.
- The provision of opportunities for businesses to network and work collaboratively together.
- By promoting Silverdale as a great area to grow a business and a great place to visit.
$ Raised for Charity
Feel free to browse the public Silverdale Business documents or attend our regular committee meetings.
Membership Brochure 2020
Download the 2020 membership brochure and checkout some of the benefits Silverdale Business has to offer, but check back regularly for the updated version.
2 Year Strategic Plan
Check out the two year strategic plan and what we’ll be doing in order to help promote Silverdale, the local businesses and our amazing community.
Ready to Join?
Membership with Silverdale Business is only $199 + GST per annum.
Click the button below and fill out the form.
Got a Question?
As the local business association, we spend a lot of time talking with political leaders and decision-makers whose rulings affect our community. We want everyone to have a say, so fill in the form and let us know what you think Silverdale needs!
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