TIQ represented Queensland alongside other global hydrogen leaders at the World Hydrogen Fuels Summit in Amsterdam this month.
Some of Queensland’s best classical musicians joined more than 40 other Australian and British performers for an inspiring London benefit that raised over £35,000 for Australia’s bushfire-affected communities earlier this month.
TIQ has 5 great women who champion Queensland as trade and investment commissioners around the world. They are a critical part of our 16-office overseas network.
The UK’s exit from the European Union (EU) this month has presented Queensland with a unique opportunity to redefine its trade relationship with the UK.
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.
A festive-season chat with Queensland Trade and Investment Commissioner –Europe and Queensland Agent-General in the UK, Linda Apelt
Remarkable Indigenous artworks from Erub Island in the Torres Strait have wowed London’s art scene and raised awareness of a critical environmental issue, with support from TIQ.
Queensland Day celebrations at the Australian High Commission in London showcased the state’s culture, heritage, places and industry to influential UK and European networks on 6 June.
Queensland’s Great Barrier Beer is going overseas to raise funds for ocean conservation, with the help of a unique social enterprise.
Queensland company Frontline Manufacturing has received an international certification that will open access to the global supply chain of German firm Rheinmetall Defence. TIQ Europe brought Frontline and Rheinmetall together.
The world’s biggest names in sports business will head to the Gold Coast this May for SportAccord 2019, with major benefits for both international delegates and Queensland businesses.
A festive-season chat with Queensland Agent-General and Queensland Trade and Investment Commissioner – Europe, Linda Apelt.
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.
Representatives from Power China Resources (PCR) visited Brisbane recently to explore opportunities in the state’s growing renewables and low-emissions sector.
A $300 million investment by Korea Zinc Company will fund a major expansion of the Sun Metals Zinc Refinery just outside of Townsville, increasing zinc production and creating hundreds of new jobs.
Queensland start-ups looking to get a foothold in Europe are being urged to consider a stint in Paris at Station F, the world’s largest innovation hub.
Tourism and Events Queensland, Tourism Australia and Hills Balfour partnered to deliver marketing and trade activities in the UK – a new approach that aims to align tourism promotion for Queensland more closely with Tourism Australia’s activities within the UK.
A new Queensland Government funding program will give international filmmakers another incentive to use the state’s post-production facilities, with a 10% rebate available for major projects.
Queensland tech firms wanting to take off in the British market have until 23 November to enter the UK Tech Rocketship Awards and put themselves in the running for an all-expenses paid business networking trip to the UK.
TIQ has received the Outstanding Government Agency Award from Major Events International for its work on the Trade 2018 program held in conjunction with GC2018.
English shoppers will be able to buy healthier snacks with the news that pulse-based munchies from Queensland’s Happy Snack Company are now stocked in leading UK supermarket Sainsbury’s.
Queensland’s new Agent-General Linda Apelt has taken up her role in TIQ’s London office, and is keen to start forging fresh business connections between the Sunshine State and Europe.
Precious Central Queensland gems and cutting-edge UK jewellery design came together at the Jewels of Queensland showcase last week.
Since the 1860s, Queensland has had an Agent-General to facilitate trade between our state and the United Kingdom and Europe. In July this year, our first female Agent-General Linda Apelt, was appointed. Linda, who has just got her feet under the desk and an Oyster pass in her purse, shared some thoughts with us — including the importance of introducing Queensland’s young entrepreneurs to the old world.