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QUARTERLY REPORT

for the Moreton Bay Region
July to September 2018

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Meet the Committee

Recruitment for the 2018 – 2020 RDA Moreton Bay Committee saw the existing committee members return and two new members recruited. In August Nick Tzimas owner of the Golden Ox restaurant in Margate joined the Committee, bringing decades of business acumen and local knowledge to the table. Leanne Carius from Elimbah joined the Committee but was unable to continue past September for personal reasons.
Shane Newcombe was reappointed as Chair of the Committee, with Noel Powell continuing as Deputy Chair.
Committee members continue to be engaged and active in the activities of RDA Moreton Bay as well as the broader community.

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Website & Communcations Strategy

Facebook – 223 posts to 332 followers
Twitter – 198 tweets to 603 followers
ENews – 21.4 % avg open rate,
2.56% avg click thru
Grants news – (one month only )
23.1% avg open rate, 4.7% avg click thru
Website – 643 sessions,

Facebook – 223 posts to 332 followers
Twitter – 198 tweets to 603 followers
ENews – 21.4 % average open rate, 2.56% average click thru
Grants news – (one month only )
23.1% average open rate, 4.7% average click through rate
Website – (two months data only)
643 sessions, 2 min 23 sec avg session duration,
2.12 pages per view

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THE SWEETEST JOB

The Sweetest Job is an Agribusiness Workforce Development Program funded under the Skilling Queenslanders for Work. The program commenced in March 2017 and was completed by June 2018.

This program gave 56 participants in the Moreton Bay region the opportunity to engage in training, study for a horticulture of logistics qualification, achieve valuable work experience and long- term work outcomes.

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Start Up Moreton Bay

Commenced with funding from the Queensland Department of Science, Information, Technology and Innovation, Start-Up Moreton was designed to nurture and support emerging small businesses in the region. With a focus on developing leadership, governance and business skills, the program worked with 21 workshop participants and nine program participants. Nine new businesses were established and supported in Moreton Bay Region. The program culminated in an Expo event with over 100 guests in attendance.

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BUSINESS NEEDS SURVEY

RDA Moreton Bay has a commitment to being responsive to the needs of business and the 2018 Business Needs Survey was to ensure that we tailored our programs accordingly.

RDA Moreton Bay has a commitment to being responsive to the needs of business and the 2018 Business Needs Survey was to ensure that we tailored our programs accordingly.
From the outset, understanding the limited time that business people have, we decided to keep the survey short and simple.
The survey results allowed us to prioritise our activities for 2019 including what workshops to run and what to highlight on our website.

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