Queensland coal exports helped Australia continue its trade surplus run recording $1.925 billion for November according to data released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), following elevated demand from Asia for iron ore, coal and gas. Read more.
Entering the overseas market with your product or service is an exciting time for any business, providing you with the opportunity to make additional profits, increase the market size of your business and expand your customer network. Other reasons you may be looking to export could include: Read more.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) says businesses across the State will be bitterly disappointed as crucial training initiatives begin rolling out in other States and Territories under the National Partnership Agreement (NPSAF) – which the Palaszczuk Government’s refused to sign onto September last year. Read more.
ACCC Court Action against Employsure a Warning to Business to Get the Right Advice on Fair Work Regulations: CCIQ
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) has again reiterated warnings to small businesses to seek appropriate advice on Fair Work Ombudsman related matters and industrial relations following the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC)’s decision to commence legal proceedings against Employsure for misleading conduct. Read more.
International education and training identified as Queensland's second-most valuable services export
Three projects to boost the number of overseas students coming to Townsville have received $158,000 from the Queensland Government’s International Education and Training Partnership Fund[https://www.tiq.qld.gov.au/iet-strategy/iet-partnership-fund/]. Read more.
*Hi Saul! Now — ‘Tooletries’ is an intriguing name; what exactly do you sell?* Read more.
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. Read more.
Queensland company Tritium is rolling out its electric-vehicle chargers to hundreds of locations across Europe
A Brisbane technology company changing the face of the global electric vehicle (EV) industry has been named as Queensland’s Exporter of the Year for 2018. Read more.
CCIQ Chief Economist, Dr Marcus Smith said the Moody’s analysis effectively falls into line with market economists and industry groups that have urged the government to aggressively tackle the state’s debt. Read more.