What Businesses are Saying
“Thank you for the opportunity to introduce our E3 energy saving system to the “Narangba Innovative Precinct”. It was great to see the commitment from a business community to work together discovering ways not to only improve their individual business, but consideration to developing their local public community and environment. The organising of this meeting was perfect in every way. The agenda was very full but flowed well with both guests and members having time to receive full benefit. Even the lead up to the meeting was informative but not time consuming. The team at E3 look forward to being a part of the next business meeting in Brendale working with the RDA to further roll out our innovative product.” – Large Innovative Business, Brendale
About the Collaboration
This collaboration is focused on identifying and exploiting the co-location opportunities for businesses established within the Brendale Industrial Estate and immediate surrounds. The area includes businesses between the South Pine River in the South, South Pine Rd and Old North Rd to the West, Stanley St to the North, and follows the railway line to the East. This coverage area is flexible.
‘Like-minded’ businesses see potential in working together for mutual commercial benefit. Typically business Networks and collaboration tend to generate more employment, better productivity, higher levels of innovation and attract more investment. They offer an environment that allows individual businesses to address common problems, develop opportunities and improve their competitive position.
Brendale is known for medium to large industrial business, corporate office estates and warehousing centres. Estates such as the 85HA ‘New Base Industrial Estate’ have changed the face of this popular area into a modern industrial office/warehouse hub as well as its historical use for small to large manufacturing business
Meetings are being planned for 2016. A number of Brendale businesses are involved in other business clusters (ICT, Print, Food, Circular Economy). Please contact Anthony Dow (details below) if you are interested in joining this Cluster.
Members and Business Directory
Attendees included representatives from the following organisations:
Conergy, Ludowici Sealing Solutions, Moreton Bay Regional Council , Rocket printing, Quoter Pty Ltd t/a HSF Australia, Super Retail Group, Think Perform, CleanX Cleaning Supplies, Travel Trucks P/L, Northside Trusses and Frames, Mission Australia, QuickIR Cuisine, CSA Services, Jethro Management, Bell & Bird Boutique, Brendale Stationery Supplies, Assurity, Attitude Coach, and Queensland Protective Cases.
Jason Button, Business Cluster Manager, Regional Development Australia Moreton Bay Inc.
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