RRBATA Committee Meeting
The Romsey Region Business and Tourism Association (RRBATA) Incorporated is a not-for-profit interest group comprising local business operators whose primary task is to promote business and tourism in the Romsey region.
This year, RRBATA has undergone a restructure to assist it to fulfill its objectives as a conduit for a broad spectrum of local businesses. Whether the businesses are traditional shop front, home based, trade, professional or industrial the RRBATA wishes to give all such businesses an opportunity to network and be involved in initiatives which ultimately benefit local business and the Romsey community. RRBATA aims to provide a forum for its members to inform and be informed, whilst also aiming to provide an environment which encourages residents and visitors to utilize local business.
All RRBATA members are encouraged to attend the monthly RRBATA meetings usually held on the 3rd Monday of the month. These are an opportunity for members to be updated on all matters relating to RRBATA including subcommittee reports, discussing matters of concern or interest and formulating future plans. Sometimes, a guest speaker is arranged to present a subject of interest to the meeting. It is a great way for businesses to interact with each other in a relaxed and constructive environment.
Members are kept informed per email of Committee of Management activity, relevant correspondence from Macedon Ranges Shire Council and information pertaining to other business and tourism associations (BATAs).