As the region reopens to the world, work is underway to make Brisbane top of mind. Stories of resilience and community spirit have captured the nation’s heart with Brisbane experiencing its biggest rainfall event. The city is bouncing back stronger than ever and is ready to welcome visitors once again.
Business events are back and there’s no better place to make a date than Brisbane. It’s got the beauty, brainpower and business brawn that global event organisers are falling in love with, as events of all shapes and sizes emerge from the pandemic pause. From major sporting headliners to blockbuster cultural spectacles Brisbane’s packed event calendar highlights the city’s credentials in hosting world-class events.
Brisbane's business experts and industry leaders know that when one of us wins, we all win, which is why the Brisbane Business Hub has enrolled a circle of experts for free one-on-one mentoring sessions to support businesses affected by recent flooding. The Hub is also offering a range of free in-person and virtual workshops to support businesses that have been impacted and looking to get back to business.
Some of Brisbane's most iconic retail, tourism and hospitality faces are behind a new recovery campaign to bring visitors back to The City post-pandemic and floods. The pandemic has been hard on the CBDs of cities worldwide and Brisbane is no exception.
As Australia’s fastest-growing city, powered by infrastructure and a $182 billion thriving economy, Brisbane is a key Asia Pacific destination for business and trade. With an innovation-led economy and a business-friendly environment, Brisbane offers the perfect conditions for investment.