Business owners from around the state turned out to hear from a range of experts at the workshops, which were presented by TIQ in conjunction with the Department of State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning.
Location and specialisation are the keys to Queensland competing successfully for a share of the world’s lucrative space industry, according to a recently released report.
Queensland companies showcased their products at the Arab Health trade show in Dubai in January, including Gold Coast company Dola Orthotics, which left the show with a significant distribution deal.
The value of Queensland’s goods exports rose by 16.3% to reach a record $81.7 billion last year, according to trade figures released recently by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
If you’re an SME owner or manager looking to attract new dollars to help your business grow, join us at one of our Attract funding workshops rolling out across Queensland this month.
Sunshine Coast SMEs can get practical training to start or improve their online sales at an Explore ecommerce workshop being held at Maroochydore on 18 February.
The Queensland Trade and Investment Strategy 2017–2022 has reached major milestones in its first year-and-a-half, with almost 90% of initiatives underway by the end of 2018.
Queensland SMEs can now apply for overseas placements to help them build their international networks and knowledge under the 2019 Developing Future Leaders program.
Six land-based Aquaculture Development Areas (ADAs) have been created in Central and North Queensland, with the goal of encouraging responsible aquaculture development while minimising environmental impacts.
A Queensland company offering a new and better way to produce essential battery materials is making connections in the European market with TIQ’s support.