John Hopkins University map of COVID cases

Australia ranked in top group in EIU’s Coronavirus Response Index

Australia has been ranked one of the world’s best performers in a report released by The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) earlier this month, which assesses the policy response to coronavirus across a number of OECD countries.

Opmantek at work

Australia’s Opmantek: Global from day one

Opmantek CEO Danny Maher explains why AI developed Down Under is now running in 178 countries.

Typefi team

How the Typefi software team changed publishing worldwide

Typefi CEO Chandi Perera explains how a small Australian business became a global force in publishing.

Premier of Queensland’s Export Awards 2018

Tritium: Queensland’s electrifying Exporter of the Year

CPO Paul Sernia explains why this Australian company is the world’s leading designer of fast chargers for electric cars.

Mark’s self-sufficiency tips include how to grow a ton of citrus in your back yard.

Green thumbs: How an organic gardening guru grew a flourishing YouTube following

Mark Valencia, home dad and gardening expert, talks about life as an unlikely digital influencer.

Capitalising on the manscaping trend — Josh and Saul Cockburn, founders of the globally successful Tooletries.

Queensland’s Tooletries taking over the world — one shower at a time

Tooletries’ Saul Cockburn talks to us about digital success, export awards, and why a beer-holder for the shower is a good idea.

Gabbinbar entrance

Why the world says ‘I do’ at Gabbinbar Homestead

Owner Isaac Moody explains how a traditional Toowoomba homestead became an international wedding destination.

A qualified pharmacist, Beverly arranged interviews before she migrated and found a job within one month of arriving in Queensland.

From Kenya to Queensland: one woman’s story

We talk life, change and resilience with Beverly Wambui Kabuya Muito.

Simon says

Simon Says: The evolution of Queensland’s export economy

TIQ economist Simon Fischer explains the latest trade stats and what they mean for Queensland business.

Fang's hot chilli sauce

Hot stuff … the making of Fang’s unique chilli sauce

How Queensland chef Clinton Fang Yuen went from illness to a business with bite.

Just another day at the office … Julie Mark does hands-on research at Summer Land Camel Farm.

Cuddling camels … and other adventures in regional business

A day in the life of Julie Mark, Principal Trade and Investment Officer for Ipswich Region.

Simon says

Simon Says: Why the Commonwealth still counts, and how air transport is crucial to Queensland exports

TIQ economist Simon Fischer explains the latest trade stats and what they mean for Queensland business.

Truffles from Stanthorpe

Black gold: hunting precious Perigord truffles in Queensland’s Granite Belt

Truffle hunter Matt Hibberd explains the seductive power of the Perigord, how Queensland truffles end up on Asian tables, and why it’s all about the dog.

Evolve Skateboards

On a roll: Evolve Skateboards wins Exporter of the Year at the Premier of Queensland’s Export Awards 2017

We speak to Evolve Skateboards co-founder Fleur Anning about her favourite places to ride in the world and why we shouldn’t be afraid to just roll with it.

Roshni Indian restaurant

Mackay restaurant Roshni wins Indian Restaurant of the Year 2017

We chat to husband and wife team Raj Sharma and Jessica Hogan of Mackay’s Roshni Indian Restaurant who recently won Indian Restaurant of the Year at the India Australia Business and Community Awards.

Grace Loves Lace

Fancy that. Grace Loves Lace is a finalist in the Premier of Queensland’s 2017 Export Awards

Queensland’s Grace Loves Lace is a finalist in this year’s Premier of Queensland’s 2017 Export Awards for the ecommerce category (they won the category last year!). We chat to Grace Loves Lace founder Megan Ziems and chief operating officer Tammy Simpson.