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This is about delivering ideas and advice that create value; through quality-driven people who are motivated by providing exceptional client service and being trusted to get the job done.
BDO aims to develop long-lasting relationships. Whether you’re an individual, small family-owned business, a large complex corporation, or a government department, the principles we apply are the same. We seek to understand your needs, provide exceptional client service and deliver results beyond your expectations.
BDO has a range of service lines and specialisations to ensure our clients are provided with the right people who can draw upon their extensive knowledge in their area of expertise.
ANZ's purpose is to shape a world where people and communities thrive. That is why ANZ strives to create a balanced, sustainable society in which everyone can take part and build a better life.
Australian Trusted Trader reduces red tape for Trusted Traders at the border, improves certainty in export markets, and expedites the flow of their cargo in and out of Australia, which means faster access to market.
Administered by Home Affairs with the Australian Border Force, Trusted Trader is free and accredits Australian businesses with compliant trade practices and a secure supply chain. Once accredited, businesses have access to a growing range of benefits that simplify their customs processes.
Queensland Health is committed to providing services aimed at achieving good health and wellbeing for all Queenslanders.
Through a network of 17 Hospital and Health Services, and the Mater Hospitals, Queensland Health delivers a range of integrated services including hospital inpatient, outpatient and emergency services, community and mental health services, aged care services and public health and health promotion programs.
Government – Department of Regional Development, Manufacturing and Water
Driving Queensland’s focus on creating competitive regional economies with a resilient manufacturing sector across the State while supporting jobs for all Queenslanders is what drives the Department of Regional Development, Manufacturing and Water.
The Department’s vision is for a strong and inclusive Queensland with thriving regional economies and an innovative manufacturing sector.
The Gold Coast is Australia's sixth largest city, home to over 635,000 people, with one of the fastest growing economies in the country. We have a Gross Region Product (GRP) estimated to be more than $35 billion and a five-year average annual growth rate of 4.4%. We are a city known for our lifestyle and diversity, with almost one in three residents born overseas.
The city boasts close to one million visitors each year from countries all over the world. With a vibrant arts and culture scene, a beautiful natural environment and world-class tourism attractions, we also have a proud history and a heritage to preserve and protect for future generations.
Our Indigenous locals are descendants of the traditional Aboriginal people of the region. We collaborate with our local Indigenous community to document their history and culture and share it with everyone.
We have strong ties with sister cities around the world and continue to grow the diversity and strength of our international connections. This creates real business opportunities in trade and investment in a range of industries. The Gold Coast is the only Local Government area to have TradeStart Advisors as part of their City Economy team providing experienced advice to help businesses achieve success in international markets. At the same time, our Digital City Program is transforming how we live, connect, and grow, with the view of the Gold Coast soon being one of Australia's leading digital cities.
Export Finance Australia provides finance solutions to Australian exporters, including businesses in an export-related supply chain.
As the Australian Government’s export credit agency, it supports a wide range of Australian SMEs across a diverse mix of industries, from manufacturing, construction and natural resources to tourism, wine and fashion.
Export Finance Australia works with banks, other government agencies and its partners to drive international success and ensure that no one takes on the world alone.
To find out how the team could support your business, visit exportfinance.gov.au or call 1800 093 724.
We invite you to join one of the fastest growing and most exciting regions in Queensland, Australia: the Moreton Bay Region. We are the third largest Council by population in Australia with over 470,000 residents growing to 700,000 by 2041.
The region is located in South East Queensland where one in seven Australians reside and neighbours Queensland’s capital city, Brisbane. The region offers some of the best connectivity on the east coast of Australia, with the Bruce Highway providing seamless road and rail access to the Brisbane CBD, Brisbane International Airport and the Port of Brisbane. The region is home to more than 29,000 businesses and is a leading advanced manufacturing hub for Queensland with many of the state’s and Australia’s largest exporters basing themselves in our industrial estates.
With vibrant entertainment options, thriving cultural and community hubs and pristine environmental areas, you are sure to love the many opportunities that the Moreton Bay region has to offer. With major regional infrastructure projects such as The Mill at Moreton Bay underpinning new, exciting opportunities for continued economic development, Moreton Bay Regional Council is also spearheading the Regional Economic Development Strategy 2020-2041 (REDS) to boost investment, employment growth and business confidence into the future.
Today the Sunshine Coast is home to approximately 340,000 people. By 2041, it is estimated we will grow to a region of over 500,000 people.
As the region grows, so does its digital economy and export capabilities, particularly for the agribusiness industry. This a result of Council’s forward-thinking investments in the international submarine cable and the expansion of the Sunshine Coast Airport.
Supported by this infrastructure, Sunshine Coast Council continues to:
- strengthen the region’s export profile and trade performance in domestic and global markets
- increase the agility and market responsiveness of supply chains
- increase collaborations locally, nationally, and internationally
- increase the capacity of local businesses to expand and adapt with new opportunities.
Sunshine Coast Council works with all levels of government to ensure productive relationships and connections are maintained and expanded to grow the region’s export opportunities. In parallel, exporter development and capability programs are delivered by Council, supporting local businesses to adapt to market changes and respond to opportunities by developing capacity in supply chain and logistics, trademarks and intellectual property, and advanced manufacturing.
With their national and worldwide partners, Sunshine Coast Council will continue to deliver a targeted program of trade and investment initiatives.
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The organisation encourages and fosters the delivery of quality, trustworthy and reliable news and advertising services across Queensland.
It serves Members’ interests in every sector of the media industry and to provide Members with easily accessible services.
QCPA provides the development of publishing by fostering communications and contacts between Members.
They also assist Members to increase audience engagement and sustain advertising and other revenues through seminars, conferences and publications as well as representing the rights of Members and promote their interests to industry organisations and all levels of government.