Broadwater Swimming Hole in D'Aguilar National Park (Image credit: Visit Moreton Bay Region)
Complete our business survey and you could win!
On behalf of Moreton Bay Region Industry & Tourism, Regional Development Australia Moreton Bay and CCIQ we are conducting a business survey aimed at obtaining a stronger understanding of the needs of our small businesses in Moreton Bay.

Moreton Bay businesses will be given the opportunity to contribute to the CCIQ policy and advocacy agenda through participation in our 2017 Moreton Bay Business Priorities and Insights Survey.

There will also be opportunities for local business to meet face-to-face with CCIQ representatives, MBRIT and RDAMB relationship managers through a series of regional business workshops and consultations.

All information gathered will be used towards the development of a detailed report highlighting the challenges and opportunities for small businesses in the Moreton Bay area. 

By participating in this survey, you will enable CCIQ to help prioritise the issues that are most relevant to you, and your region.

You could also win a prize of 8 tickets to the Moreton Bay Business Conference Series – 2 tickets per event.  The events will be held on 24 March, 19 May, 11 August and 17 November.
Building Better regions fund open
Applications opened for the Australian Government Building Better Regions Fund on 17th January, 2017.

The BBRF will invest $297.7 million over four years in infrastructure projects and community investments to create jobs, drive economic growth and build stronger regional communities into the future.

Grants are available through the Infrastructure Project and Community Investment streams. Minimum grants range fro $5K - $10K and up to $10 million.
Only 5 places left to kickstart your business 
Apply by 6 February 2017
There are only 5 places left in the next series of the Startup Moreton Bay Region business program.  

If you have the idea, capacity and commitment to start up a small business in our region, this is for you!

Startup Moreton Bay Region (SMBR) is a program of training, coaching and peer support.

The training focuses on planning, execution and sustainability.

SMBR animates small business by combining fun and practical learning experiences with formal training (BSB30315 – Certificate III in Micro Business Operations)

To start your business in 2017 apply by 6 February!
Government Business Links
Single Business Service
The Australian Government's online Single Business Service  enables businesses of all sizes to efficiently find information, services and links to government programmes. 


Australian Trade Commission
The Australian Trade Commission – Austrade - helps Australian businesses develop international markets and win productive foreign direct investment.

Department of Employment
The Australian Government Department of Employment is responsible for national policies and programmes that help Australians find and keep employment and work in safe, fair and productive workplaces.
Department of Education and Training
The Australian Government Department of Education and Training contains information about developing your skills and the skills of your employees; keeping your business competitive. 
Australian Taxation Office Small Business Newsroom

The ATO Small Business Newsroom is all your tax and super news in one place.
Advance Queensland

Advance Queensland is investing in our future by harnessing innovation to strengthen and diversify the economy and create jobs.
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What is Regional Development Australia Moreton Bay?

Regional Development Australia Moreton Bay (RDAMB) is part of a national network of organisations, which in Queensland is funded through the Australian Government to promote the economic development of the Moreton Bay region.

The role of RDAMB is to:

  • Develop and implement a Regional Plan
  • Provide advice on critical issues affecting the region
  • Identify and implement initiatives to tackle the region's economic development priorities
  • Generate project proposals for the National Stronger Regions Fund
  • Promote Australian Government Programs.


For further detail visit www.rdamoretonbay.org.au.

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