Bringing business events back to Brisbane is the focus of a funding package announced by Brisbane Economic Development Agency (Brisbane EDA), with applications now open.
Brisbane's property industry and associated technology cluster will be primed to capitalise on one of the world's fastest growing niche industries with the launch of the PropTech Pilot Program.
Artisan bakers, brewers and coffee connoisseurs are among 23 stand-out local food and beverage businesses selected for a bespoke industry development program which is strengthening Brisbane’s reputation as Australia’s home of food innovation.
In one of the most extraordinary years in history, finalists in the 2020 Lord Mayor’s Business Awards have shown how Brisbane will grow and transform in a COVID-safe way.
Shop BNE City is returning for three days this Friday, tempting shoppers back to the Queen Street Mall as it continues to rebuild following the economic impacts of the global coronavirus pandemic.
An innovative online platform developed by a former Lord Mayor’s Business Awards winner is helping thousands of people with legal issues during the COVID-19 pandemic and growing exponentially in size.
Brisbane EDA is teaming up with more than 60 city retailers, hotels, service providers, cafes and restaurants through a series of marketing activities to reconnect locals with Brisbane’s heart.
Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner today called on Brisbane’s business community to nominate for the 2020 Lord Mayor’s Business Awards, featuring a new category for business adaptation.
Brisbane Economic Development Agency’s Lucinda Hunter has been awarded the Association of Australian Convention Bureaux (AACB) 2020 Destinations International Prize.
Brisbane’s international students in need are receiving thousands of meals a week thanks to a new initiative.