Our vision is to be a strong representative and supportive body for the local business
community, championing continual improvements to maintain and enhance Haymarket
as a vibrant and attractive place to do business and to live.
The Chamber has strong connections with the Council of the City of Sydney (the local
government area within which Haymarket is located) and the State of New South Wales
government departments and as such, we are able to make representations on behalf
of members to advance their interests and in promoting and maintaining business growth
in the area. These strong ties and relationships have been forged over many years by
passionate and hardworking members of successive Executive Committees of the Chamber
and our former Executive Officer, Karen Soo.
The Chamber’s affairs are carried out by an elected Executive Committee and the present office
holders consist of Vincent Lim (President), Simon Chan (Immediate Past President), Ruby Cheung
(Vice President), Jonathan Wong (Treasurer), Jack Lee (Secretary), Richard Hughes (Public Officer),
and Jessie Xiao, Brad Chan (former President) and Serena Tran as Committee Members.
The Executive Committee is also fortunate to be able to draw support and guidance from two of our
founding and lifetime members, George Wing Kee and Peter Wong. We also thank former Committee
Members Linda McCreath, Kerena Tran and Arthur Chao all of whom stepped down at our last
AGM due to other commitments.
From public domain improvements to business opportunities, tourism promotion to commerce development, city planning to cultural activities, the Haymarket Chamber of Commerce is a strong representative for the local business community.
As one of the most influential not-for-profit business organisations in Sydney, the Haymarket Chamber of Commerce membership comprises of a wide variety of businesses including entrepreneurs, small businesses, professional services firms, large businesses and corporates located within or near the Haymarket precinct. All the major Australian banks and a number of foreign banks have set up branches in Haymarket.
From its inception in 2006, the Chamber has consistently achieved many milestones, which is a testament to the passion and endeavours of all Executive Committee members, past and present. These have also been made possible by the support from many sponsors, our local business owners, the NSW Government and the City of Sydney.
We are pleased to set out below a listing of our members participating in this Directory. This listing is updated from time to time as we receive requests from our members. Members who wish to be listed on this directory may email firstname.lastname@example.org.