The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) has teamed up with natural gas producer QGC and local chambers of commerce and business groups to help rural and regional small businesses. Read more.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) welcomes its ecoBiz champions and partners to a special event at one of Brisbane’s greenest centres. Read more.
Whether they be smart, savvy, emotive or humorous, brands rely on brand stories to connect with their customers. Why? Stories make life interesting and they make people listen. In fact, research shows that our brains become more active[https://blog.bufferapp.com/science-of-storytelling-why-telling-a-story-is-the-most-powerful-way-to-activate-our-brains]when we engage in a captivating story. Read more.
Recent commentary[http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/queensland/deputy-premier-jackie-trad-searches-globe-for-cross-river-rail-funding-options-20160925-gro7kr.html] around funding for Brisbane’s Cross River Rail has seen the State Government again hinting to the private sector: Show me the money! Read more.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) welcomes the findings of a report on government procurement procedures and moves to set up an advisory group to examine key issues. Read more.
Since their inception, mobile applications or, ‘apps’ as they’re known have dominated the conversation about technology in relation to nearly every aspect of our lives - from gaming and music, to travel and fashion. Now, we’re seeing entrepreneurs and small business owners becoming increasingly reliant on these savvy tools to help their business grow and improve workplace coordination and productivity. But with such a huge array of resources available, how do you know which apps are going to prove most useful for your business? Read more.
Wednesday 21 September, 2016 | By: James Flaherty
Victoria’s Labor Government has secured a 50-year lease over the Port of Melbourne worth $9.7 billion, of which more than $970 million will be reinvested into regional and rural infrastructure projects. Read more.
Search engine optimisation (SEO) is essential to businesses being found online. Both within Google and LinkedIn. Often I speak to clients, and they develop their SEO around what they think. But it is not all about them! It’s also about the keywords your ideal audience would use to find you. Read more.
In today's health conscious environment, businesses encourage their staff to have an active and fit lifestyle, both during and outside work hours. Read more.
A Perth baggage handler sacked for posting “we all support ISIS” on his Facebook page has won compensation after the Fair Work Commission found he was unfairly dismissed. Read more.