Paul graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Pharmacy in 1996 and has spent the last 25 years working in regional NSW, as well as 12 months as a Hospital Pharmacist in the UK.
Paul has owned and operated Moodie’s Pharmacy in Bathurst Since 2003. I am also involved in the ownership and running of Pharmacies in the central west & ACT. Moodie’s Pharmacy has been running in the same location since 1896.
Paul has been on the NSW Pharmacy Guild since 2014 and served on the Pharmacy Guild of Australia (PGA) National Board from 2017 to 2020.
During this time Paul was the Pharmacy representative on the ADHA (Australia Digital health Agency) for the rollout of myHealth Record (myHR) and electronic Prescriptions.
Paul has seen how Digital transformation is changing the business world & how it operates, as well as the opportunities it creates. This also applies equally to local businesses, as well as healthcare.
In 2015, Moodie’s pharmacy won a National Award for “Innovation in Professional Services”. Moodie’s pharmacy has also invested in Robotics to assist in Medication safety in aged care.
Paul is passionate about seeing the community in regional, rural, and remote areas have the same access to high-quality healthcare as city-based Australians do, and this can be partly enabled by technology.
Paul and his family love the opportunities Bathurst has, and during our time in Bathurst have seen many changes in the Business environment and seen the City & surrounding areas grow and prosper.
Graeme is a Bathurst local born & bred and has been in business in the Road Transport Industry for 50 years with the main point of operations based in Bathurst.
Graeme owns and operates Burkes Transport, which has employed approximately 80 people with depots in Bathurst, Orange, Sydney & Melbourne. Graeme and his wife Connie, recently made the decision to retire and close the business, allowing them time to peruse other ventures.
Graeme is thrilled to be appointed to the Chamber board and looks forward to the advancements the new Board can make as a group for the betterment of Bathurst businesses.
Nathan runs one of Bathurst's many great accounting firms, Panorama Business and Financial. He is passionate about helping local business owners understand and achieve their business, personal and professional goals. Nathan’s unique background of business and sporting experience gives him an unusual, highly sought after, skillset for boards. Having refereed rugby internationally and competed in several different sports at a national level, he has a background in elite sport and business cultures.
Nathan brings skills in business strategy, governance, automation, and innovation to the table. Having lived in Bathurst since age 12. He is very passionate about sharing how awesome Bathurst is for conducting business. Nathan, his wife Cassie, and their two kids live on Mt Rankin where they also run a small farm.
Matt Clifton has been a director of Raine & Horne Bathurst since 1990 and, over that time he has had increased focus on the sale, leasing, and management of Commercial and Industrial property.
As such, and as one of 3 directors employing over 27 people, he understands the importance of a vibrant, sustainable and diverse business environment that supports existing businesses, encourages development, and attracts investment.
Through Raine & Horne Bathurst, Matt has been a long-standing member of the Bathurst Business Chamber and was invited to become a board member in 2021.
As a board member, he hopes to utilise his experience and knowledge to help further the role of the chamber in providing education, training, and networking opportunities for business and to act as a conduit between local businesses, community groups, council, and government.
Christopher along with his wife Xanthe are the owners/proprietors of Abercrombie House, one of Bathurst’s greatest heritage treasures, which has been a flourishing family-owned local business in the multi-layered tourism, events, hospitality, heritage, and museums sectors since 1969.
Christopher has served on many community committees and advisory groups continuously for 40 years. He is currently President of the Bathurst Highland Society, a member of the BRC Heritage Reference Group, and a platinum partner with Bathurst Visitor Information Centre. He is a Life Member and past President of Bathurst Historical Society. He was Bathurst’s Citizen of the Year in 2015 and was made a Bathurst Living Legend in the same year, and was a recipient of the Premier’s Award for Outstanding Community Service in 2016 and is a past member of All Saints College Council and has served on many other organisations, and sat on every Bathurst Council initiated Tourism Reference Group for the past 30 years. He has been a regular guest personality/broadcaster on 2BS Radio for seven years.
Christopher graduated in archaeology from The University of Sydney and was then awarded a Graduate Diploma in Museum Studies. He is the author of several works in local history and is currently completing several more.
Christopher loves Bathurst and strives to help nurture a positive, inclusive, strong, cooperative and forward-looking business culture in a region known for its unique history, with its potential to continue to prosper and flourish well into the future, in which the Bathurst Business Chamber has a vital role to play.
The Bathurst Business Chamber is an incorporated non-profit Association governed by a constitution. Each year at the annual general meeting the members elect a Board, from whom the office bearers and President are elected. The Board meets each month to manage the Chamber.
Administrative support to the Bathurst Business Chamber is provided by
Maria Kamper who can be contacted
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