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.
The purpose of the report is to reflect small business views on the future development of the Moreton Bay region and will serve as the key reference document for the advocacy agenda of CCIQ, Moreton Bay Regional Industry and Tourism and Regional Development Australia (Moreton Bay); including meetings with local, state and federal government representatives.
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.
To ensure that your voice is heard, please click the link below. Thank you for your participation.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) is the peak body for business in Queensland, representing more than 400,000 employers and entrepreneurs across the state. For almost 150 years, we’ve made it our business to represent, protect and nourish Queensland businesses in every way possible.
Through our Advocacy team, CCIQ works tirelessly to understand what Queensland businesses want and how they can get there through lobbying, advocacy and representation.
We understand that regional businesses provide the foundation for regional economic growth, make investments in economic and community infrastructure and provide employment opportunities. Which is why we’re committed to representing regional small and medium businesses right across Queensland: a commitment which forms a large part of the CCIQ policy and advocacy agenda.
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