Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman Kate Carnell predicts 2018 will be a year of strong growth for small business exporters.
Tasmania’s two major political parties are taking drastically different approaches to the March 3 election as a hung parliament looms.
The need for majority government is the number one priority for the business community in the lead up to the March 3 State Election, writes Editor Tom O’Meara.
Construction has begun at the $280 million Granville Harbour wind farm.
The 112 megawatt wind farm on Tasmania’s west coast will contribute towards plans to double Tasmania’s renewable energy capacity and make it the Battery of the Nation.
Tasmanians will be able to continue to play poker machines in pubs and clubs across the state until 2043 if the Liberals are re-elected in March, with more of the revenue generated by electronic gaming machines returning to owners of pubs and clubs after 2023.
TCCI Work Health and Safety Specialist, Craig Hortle, highlights the importance of checking workplace health and safety control methods.
In a move that is reflective of Tasmania’s positive small business environment, Hobart liquor institution, Cool Wine, has officially opened the doors of their new quarter-of-a-million-dollar expansion, with the increase in size of their operations showing the value of believing in business dreams.
Management consultancy firm Optimum Standard offers clients a competitive advantage by providing specialist expertise in a variety of areas as required.