At the Chamber of Commerce, corporate partners play a significant role in our mission of driving connecting, advocating for and informing local businesses.

These partners provide invaluable support through their expertise, resources, and connections, enabling us to offer a wide range of programs and events to our members. By working together with these businesses, we are able to advocate for policies that promote a healthy business environment and foster business growth.

Corporate partners also contribute to the overall success of the chamber by providing valuable insights and participating in networking events, which help our members build strong relationships and access new opportunities. Their involvement is crucial to our success in creating a thriving business community.

From our Corporate Partner

James Cook University

For over 50 years, James Cook University has worked to protect the health of our planet, people and communities through partnership programs in research, innovation, and experiential learning.

Designed in conjunction with industry professionals, the courses offered by the College of Business, Law and Governance (CBLG) instil future leaders with life-long, practical skills which will have continued relevance through this age of disruption. Leading-edge subjects reflect global industry needs and challenges including the blue economy, sustainable practice, adaptability, crisis management, creativity and innovation.

Over the next three years CBLG will continue to strengthen its industry engagement and career focus. With multinational campuses, staff and students, the College aspires to be the Business and Law School for the Asia Pacific region and beyond.

The opportunity for our students to intern at local organisations and take part in the Mentorship Program run with the Townsville Chamber of Commerce, are just two of the local initiatives to ensure our students are equipped for and are relevant in workforce upon graduation – because experience has no substitute.

This year has seen our College also place priority on our Post Graduate Courses and in 2022 we will be launching our Graduate Certificate of Project Management and our reinvigorated Master of Business Administration (MBA). We will be offering these courses in our City campus as well as online to provide flexibility for people in the workforce to upskill and expand their potential.

We are also exploring opportunities to provide programs in other areas required by business and the professions such as Fintech, Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Leadership and Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Visit the JCU website

From our Corporate Partner

PVW Partners

PVW Partners has a 100-year history of loyalty and leadership in North Queensland.

We're as committed to your success as you are. Your business depends on it. Our business depends on it.

As North Queensland’s largest locally owned and operated accounting and advisory firm, we have the local context, technical expertise, knowledge and experience to help you on your journey to success.

Established in October 1918 by the late former Australian Prime Minister and Treasurer, Sir Arthur Fadden, PVW Partners has a long and rich history in helping regional Australians on their path to success.

Local partners Greg Peel, Carl Valentine, Andrew Whitehead, Sonia Chalk, Colin Ryan, Sarah Bowrey, Michael Wilson and Mandeep Singh are the proud custodians of the business, which was part of the PricewaterhouseCoopers network until February 2017.  As of August 2023, PVW Partners expanded into the Northern Territory market by opening an office in Darwin and are excited to continue to solidify our commitment to far north Queensland through this expansion.

We have a strong focus on Regional Australians Growing Regional Australia, with clients concentrated in the region from Mackay to Cooktown and west to Mt Isa and further afield to Darwin.

With a team of over 60 people and more than 1,500 family and individual client groups, we are passionate about offering the expert and integrated taxation, accounting and other advisory services to the families and business of regional Australia.

We do that through our exceptional people, whose demonstrated experience and extensive networks build value-based relationships and allow us to solve problems that others in regional areas can’t.  Visit the PVW Website

From our Corporate Partner

Star 106.3 & Power100

Born in 2005, Radio Townsville has always been passionate about broadcasting live and local. We are proudly a part of the 100% Australian family-owned Grant Broadcasters radio network. In Townsville we have two local radio stations, both broadcasting from the corner of Sturt Street in Townsville CBD, Star 106.3 and POWER100.

Star 106.3 is the radio station made for Townsville and created for those who love a wide variety of music, celebrity gossip and loads of local content. Our music policy is simple, we play nothing but the best music; Townsville’s best music. Our target audience are female skewed aged 25 – 39 and we have 52,400 listeners tuning in weekly! Visit the Star 106.3 Website 

POWER100 is Townsville’s only true Rock radio station. We’re passionate about our music and we know you will be too. We have an unapologetic Rock format that’s designed to drive passion from real rock lovers, the lads that spend thousands of dollars to stand in the rain just to get a glimpse of their heroes on stage.

POWER100 is aimed at a lifestyle driven male-skewed audience aged 35 – 54 and reaches 40,800 listeners every week! Visit the Power100 Website


Townsville City Council subsidise the rent of our Northtown office.