As a community-based volunteer organisation, the Sunbury Business Association is only as strong as the support it receives from Members, Sponsors, Partners and Volunteers.

Supporting the SBA offers opportunities to develop yourself while becoming engaged with your Community.  Your efforts will not be un-noticed, with Volunteers and Committee Members recognised at SBA Events and on the SBA website.

There are many ways for you to support your Community with the SBA, including;

Become a Member

When representing the Sunbury Business Community to Government and Regulators, the strength of our “Voice” is only as strong as those who speak with us.  The more Members we have, the louder our voice!  By becoming a Member, you not only support our Advocacy, but you will also enjoy benefits and cost savings highlighted on our Membership Benefits page.

Attend our Events

We run a number of SBA events and also support Partner events including Sunbury Women in Business.  By attending events you will meet other business professionals, learn from expert speakers and guests, and promote your business via networking and Sponsorship opportunities.  Your attendance also supports our Event Sponsors, which encourages their ongoing Sponsorship which funds SBA initiatives.

Sponsor an Event

Sponsors receive great promotional exposure to key Business decision makers, while also presenting themselves to Consumers throughout the Sunbury Community as a leading Corporate Citizen.  Click here for more information about Sponsorships.

Volunteer to help with an SBA Event

Ever been to an event and found it hard to meet everyone?  A great ice-breaker is to volunteer for an Event, to help with name-tags, check-in, serving food & refreshments, ushering crowds or lending a hand.  If you really like events, you may also be interested in playing a bigger role by planning events with our Events Committee.

Join or help a Committee

The SBA has working-Committees responsible for;

  • Community Engagement
  • Membership & Sponsorship
  • Event Planning & Management
  • Policy & Advocacy
  • Communications & Marketing

Each Committee manages projects that may include;

  • Business & Community Surveys
    • Conducting Surveys
    • Analysing feedback & survey responses
    • Developing Policy
  • Membership Strategy
    • Recruitment
    • Retention
  • Sponsorship
    • Developing Sponsorship programs
    • Encouraging new Sponsorships
  • Events
    • Event format/program selection
    • Planning & booking
    • Event-day management
    • Volunteer coordination
  • Marketing & Communications
    • Website design, maintenance & update
    • Social media updates
    • Partner promotional opportunities
      • Community Social Media pages
      • Partner websites
      • Projects with our print & radio Media Partners
    • Designing and printing SBA advertising & promotional items

If you have skills, attributes or interest in any of these fields or projects, please contact us to learn more!