Regional Policy Committees

From tourism and labor markets in the Far North, to supply chains and exports in the South West and the economic and finical impacts of COVID and natural disasters across the state, CCIQ is hitting the road to gather direct insight into the most significant business issues in Queensland.  

The Regional Policy Committees aim to provide local chambers and business stakeholders a stronger voice in discussions about the future of the economy and community. 

CCIQ works on policy and advocacy issues in collaboration with 114 chambers across Queensland, including through the CCIQ Policy Advisory Board and Regional Policy Committees, made up of local and regional chambers.  

Read: 114 chambers: CCIQ’s Regional Policy Committees highlighting business insight across the state

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Follow #CCIQRegionalPolicyCouncil on social media to stay across what we’re discussing in Queensland regions. 

Discussions will form across CCIQ's policy pillars

Policy pillars

What it means for businesses

It’s insight like this which CCIQ uses to deliver effective and timely advocacy on behalf of the state’s business sector. Stay across what those efforts have included.

What the data says

See regional results from CCIQ’s Pulse Survey, Queensland's most established, comprehensive and trusted survey of business sentiment, including measures on employment levels, turnover, business profitability and business confidence.  


Keep up to date on key issues discussed in the regions and hear from local chambers.