Hydrogen and other renewable energy sources were high on the Queensland Governor’s agenda during a recent trip to the Netherlands and the UK arranged by TIQ.
Exporters from across Queensland travelled to China in November to showcase their goods and services at the second China International Import Expo (CIIE) in Shanghai.
The first regional meeting of the Wide-Bay Burnett Resources Group (WBBRG) in October brought together resources sector leaders, local council, government departments, project advocates and industry groups.
Queensland-based global design firm Populous has been named 2019 Australian Exporter of the Year at the Australian Export Awards in Canberra.
Everything from quality beef to an avocado time-machine were on the agenda when Minister for Agricultural Industry Development and Fisheries Mark Furner visited Jakarta in October.
Export Connections workshops include real-life case studies as well as short, sharp brainstorming sessions where participants share their business challenges and get advice from their peers.
Industry leaders, policymakers and key decision-makers discussed the future of energy and the implications for the Australia-Korea relationship at the recent 40th AKBC-KABC Joint Meeting in Sydney.
Queensland companies ranging from training providers to geotechnical experts joined a trade mission to India in November to promote Queensland’s mining equipment, technology and services (METS) expertise.
Food and beverage importers from 8 overseas countries visited South East Queensland in October, looking to give their customers a taste of Queensland’s world-class produce.