Grateful to My Weekly Preview for the opportunity to communicate regularly in their popular weekly magazine. My column in the current edition edition talks about our recent walk around the Sippy Downs Town Centre along with Councillor Christian Dickson and Council town planning and economic development staff, Brent Mickelberg Member for Buderim and Andrew Wallace, Federal Member for Fisher.

We provided some feedback to Council that more hospitality and things to do were required to make the town centre a place to stay and play rather than just grab & go. We are also keen to see the development of a short-term accommodation option in the precinct to capitalise on visitation to USC.  The ‘university town’ vision for Sippy Downs is coming out of the ground now in leaps and bounds and it’s exciting to see.

I’ve just had the opportunity to sit down with Stephen Tait, CEO of the Chamber of Commerce Queensland. We discussed our respective agendas, feedback from business, collaboration and cooperation opportunities.  Such conversations are always valuable and encourage broad and deep thinking to build the voice of business in Queensland.

Finally, please everyone respond to your membership renewal invitation coming through your email.  We are all stronger together. 2021 is an important year to not just recover from the disruption of 2020 but to take new opportunities and positive influences forward.

Donna Niazov

Leader / 4556 Chamber of Commerce President



A Big Heart

The 4556 Chamber of Commerce was founded with the mission of maximising the potential and prosperity of the 4556 postcode area. Kunda Park, Forest Glen, Sippy Downs and Buderim areas are all supported by 4556 Chamber of Commerce including the University of the Sunshine Coast.

Networking Opportunities

Various networking opportunities are provided to connect members and support them in their business success.

Information Evenings

Coordinated information evenings to educate our members, expanding their knowledge and business skills.

Negotiate Deals

We act as a conduit for government (local, state and federal), education facilities and the community.