Cvga is a not for profit group of Adelaide business professionals like-minded business owners who come together to promote their business. Members effectively become advocates of each other’s by networking events and business meeting; where possible refer business opportunities to each other. We offer Small business and Professional business people the opportunity to grow within their own work environment.
Cvga promotes Ethical and Professional Business Practices.
Statement of Purpose
Cvga is a forum for people engaged in business to exchange ideas and foster personal development and business growth.
Cvga is held each Wednesday morning at the Royal Coach Motor Inn. As well as promoting their own individual businesses, members learn from each other and guest speakers. Each member of the group contributes to the growth of their fellow members business by referring business opportunities.
Statement of Principles
Members should subscribe to a code of conduct which commits to mutual care and concern for each other in both a business and personal sense and which will have as essential attributes respect for each other, honesty in their dealings and integrity in the interests of the Club. The interest of the Club shall be paramount and take priority over the interests of an individual or group of members, their business and personal life.
Management of the Club
The Club is managed by a board appointed under the Club’s Constitution. Every member is admitted to membership in a unique or exclusive membership category which categorises their business/occupation/industry.
The interests of the Club are paramount over personal interests and where there is a conflict the interest of the Club will prevail.
Cvga encourages and promotes member awareness and education through seminars and the attendance of regular external speakers.
Essentially Cvga exists as a business networking forum for members in the Norwood and adjoining areas and isn't limited geographically.
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