CAN YOUR WORKERS READ & WRITE WELL ENOUGH TO THRIVE?
Business success starts with a workforce that's equipped and ready to learn and the foundation is better reading, writing and literacy skills. The Reading Writing Hotline helps employers find literacy and communication training geared to their business needs.
ASBAS DIGITAL SOLUTIONS PROGRAM
Small businesses in the Logan & Redlands region now have access to the Australian Small Business Advisory Services (ASBAS) Digital Solutions Qld program. The program delivers low cost, high quality, digital advisory services to small businesses, to help them increase their online presence and compete in a digital world. Services include online workshops, webinars and one-on-one consultations.
LOGAN OFFICE OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
The Logan Office of Economic Development provides free and low cost business support services for Logan-based business owners needing assistance to establish, sustain and grow their businesses. This includes mentoring, courses and workshops, assistance with property selection and more.
MORE BUSINESS RESOURCES & SUPPORT
The Logan Office of Economic Development provides free and low cost business support services for Logan-based business owners needing assistance to establish, sustain and grow their businesses, including mentoring, courses and workshops, assistance with property selection and more.
A broad range of information, tools and support services offered by the Queensland Government to help you start, run or grow a small business.
The Australian Govenrment's business portal, with simple access to information on starting, running or exiting a business.
The Australian Business Licence and Information Service (ABLIS) helps you find the licences and information you need for your business.
Small Business Solutions helps you design and implement ideas for your business with workshops and one-on-one mentoring.
Mentoring for Growth (M4G) offers eligible businesses access to volunteer business experts who provide insights, options and suggestions relating to challenges and opportunities you are experiencing in your business.
Resources, services and advisory visits to help small businesses stay safe, healthy and productive.
NEIS provides accredited training, business mentoring and support to help eligible individuals start their own business.
From planning, finding local support, through to perfecting your pitch, the SelfStart website contains information and resources to support people through the stages of starting a business.
jobactive employment providers can help you find the right staff, at no cost for your business, who are screened and job-ready.
The Queensland Government offers support payments of up to $20,000 are available for eligible employers who hire eligible unemployed jobseekers.
Provides information about employing and sponsoring overseas workers.
The Queensland Government's intellectual property (IP) info kit will help you understand Australia's IP system and explain how to identify, protect and commercialise your business's IP.
Browse the Australian Government's intellectual property resources and downloads portal, with tools, publications, videos and more to help guide you with your IP needs.
Find all the current tenders available, as well as awarded and upcoming tender opportunities. You can also read about the tender process and get important advice on submitting your tender successfully.
Browse information on current tenders, contracts awarded, trading terms and doing business with Logan City Council.
The Queensland Government's regular Tendering for Business Workshops help you maximise your chances of winning work, including on major projects.
Capability statements are a key requirement in the pre-qualification for government projects and tendering opportunities, as well as for private sector major projects and sub-contractor work. You will learn what a business capability statement is and why it is important to have one, how to access the latest information on Queensland's major projects, improve your understanding of the major projects supply chain and develop your draft business capability statement.
The Logan Office of Economic Development can help facilitate international trade missions to promote investment in Logan City and export opportunities for local businesses. They also run export workshops on topics such as marketing, expansion into new export markets, and managing risk through expert advice, shared peer experience and networking.
Efic is Australia’s export credit agency and provides Australian exporters with a range of specialist export finance solutions to help them grow internationally.
TIQ provides information and advice to help Queensland companies take advantage of export opportunities in markets around the world, with:
- Consultation and planning services to meet your specific needs
- Targeted international trade missions, exhibitions, inbound missions and in-market support
- Industry events throughout the year, with opportunities to network and learn from specialists
- Information on overseas markets and export opportunities for existing and new exporters
Browse programs and funding support for Queensland startups and entrepreneurs.
Innovate Queensland helps small to medium enterprises grow through workshops and webinars on innovation, technology commercialisation, innovation planning and research, and design.
The Entrepreneurs' Program is the Australian Government’s flagship initiative for business competitiveness and productivity. It forms part of the Australian Government’s National Innovation and Science Agenda.
The program offers support to businesses through four elements:
- Accelerating commercialisation
- Business management
- Incubator support
- Innovation Connections
Provides Australian market-ready start ups the opportunity to access global innovation hubs in San Francisco, Tel Aviv, Shanghai, Berlin and Singapore and be immersed in an environment that will help them accelerate the design and development of their product or service business model.
The City's Open for Business Program has been designed to support the city’s potential high-growth businesses. Download the Business Toolkit and gain access to knowledge and mentoring that is needed to innovate and expand.
High quality economic analysis across industry, innovation, resources, energy and evaluation.
The interactive Innovation Map identifies the location of innovation activities (R&D expenditure, patent and trademark applicant counts) and business creation (new businesses) across Australia over time.
The Industry Monitor is an interactive tool that provides a consolidated source of high-level data and economic indicators. Users can interact with the indicators, using the filters available, to best meet their needs.
The annual Australian Industry Report provides an overview and analysis of the major economic factors affecting Australia’s industries.
The annual Australian Innovation System Report explores the impact of innovation and related activities on business, industry and national performance. The report also outlines challenges and future opportunities for Australian innovation.
Access openly available non-sensitive public data
The ABS is Australia’s national statistical agency, providing trusted official statistics on a wide range of economic, social, population and environmental matters of importance to Australia.
Small businesses in the Logan & Redlands region now have access to the Australian Small Business Advisory Services (ASBAS) Digital Solutions Qld program. The program delivers low cost, high quality, digital advisory services to small businesses, to help them increase their online presence and compete in a digital world. Services include workshops, webinars and one-on-one consultations.