Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner has today announced $5 million in fees, rents and charges will be waived for Brisbane businesses and community groups being heavily impacted by the spread of coronavirus.
Brisbane’s Christmas calendar of events not only lit up local spirits, but also provided seasonal work for some of the industry’s hardest hit sectors.
The Schrinner Council and Amazon have been working together closely to get products made by local businesses onto the online retailer’s Australian store and in front of a national audience.
Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner has launched the first-ever Women in Business Grant, with $250,000...
Following a challenging year for Brisbane’s multi-million dollar events industry, the success of the recent annual ‘Brisbane Pop-Up’ indicated that confidence is returning to the events sector.
Former United States presidential candidate Martin O’Malley and renowned Australian Paralympian Kurt Fearnley AO will be the headline acts at the Asia Pacific Cities Summit (APCS) in Brisbane later this year.
A new Brisbane Business Hub offering hundreds of courses and workshops has been launched in the CBD.
Brisbane’s major events calendar is on track to deliver a $65 million economic boost for the city, with more drawcard sporting events including The Ashes to round out the remainder of 2021.
Today, Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner called on Brisbane’s business community to submit their nomination for this year’s prestigious Lord Mayor’s Business Awards.
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.