It seems the Government has moved away from its tried-and-failed “innovation agenda” rhetoric and back to language that resonates with the wider business community. Read more.
Knowing what's best for your brand from a legal perspective can be tough. Understanding the difference between trade marks and copyright can save your business money and can be valuable for your brand. Copyright is a very useful form of IP and certainly has its uses, but information about what's right for your business can be hard to disseminate. Read more.
Tradies, healthcare specialists and financial gurus advising how to spend or save your money are driving a small business boom in Queensland. Read more.
To clarify, I’m not talking about the people. I’m talking about the term ‘mumpreneur’. Read more.
Fintech is being heralded as a disruptor to the big bank’s small business lending sector. Read more.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) applauds State Budget measures to increase Advance Queensland funding, describing it as a win for small business and start-ups. Read more.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) is working with Cairns Regional Council to ensure Queensland Small Business Week (May 16-21) is a major success in the Far North. Read more.
Do you have an electrifying business idea that could turn you into one of Australia’s hottest new entrepreneurs? Read more.
Federal Assistant Minister for Innovation Wyatt Roy says Collaborate – a unique accelerator designed to build businesses focused on solving the problems of business – is part of the “new economy” which will drive the nation’s prosperity. Read more.
There are 250,000 new, small business start-ups created in Australia every year. Read more.
Would-be entrepreneurs have never been so well equipped to make the leap of faith to business ownership, yet over half (53%) of Australian small and medium businesses take up to a year to start their professional services business, according to a new study from CCIQ partner Servcorp. Read more.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) has applauded the release today of Brisbane City Council’s 2022 New World City Action Plan[http://www.choosebrisbane.com.au/~/media/choose/pdf/brisbane2022planpdf.ashx]. Read more.
Queensland small businesses and start-ups, trying to get their business off the ground, have a chance to bring their ideas to life with $10,000 cash grants offered by the St George bank. Read more.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) has set up a new innovation group to help small businesses. Read more.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) has called on the Federal and State Governments to implement policies that inspire and foster entrepreneurial activity. Read more.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) today releases its State Election priority list calling for bold action across seven key areas that will enable small business to grow and employ. Read more.