By Sally Chandler The results of Australia’s International Business Survey 2016 (AIBS) have been released with some very interesting findings. More than 90 per cent of the respondents were SME’s. Seventeen per cent earned revenue from one international market, 12 per cent from two international markets, 11 per cent from three international markets, and 10…
The Flying Kangaroo is taking the Apple Isle across the Pacific. Tasmania has secured an extension of the code sharing agreement between American Airlines and Qantas, opening up direct Tasmanian itineraries to the lucrative market – with nearly 100 million American Airlines’ frequent flyers alone now able to see and book itineraries to Hobart.
A MAJOR commitment to fix major water and sewerage infrastructure issues in Tasmania has been applauded by business and Government.
Two different programs have been promoted this month to deliver a better balance of women in Tasmanian leadership positions.
Hobart’s polarising $50 million cable car project could soon be assessed as a Project of State Significance. But developers of the Mt Wellington infrastructure will be hoping for a different outcome to the two projects that have recently preceded it under the assessment avenue – the controversial Bell Bay Pulp Mill and the Ralphs Bay Canal…
BY TOM O’MEARA There is now a very distinct difference in Tasmanian business confidence when it comes to the state’s three regions, with the south unsurprisingly leading the way in the positivity stakes.
THE University of Tasmania has recently developed a new, two-day program to help international students prepare for work in Australia. The first session was run in Hobart during June, and students visited a number of sites across Hobart to learn more about Australian workplace culture, resume writing and the job interview process.
NEW renovations at Port Arthur Holiday Park, including the Tasman Peninsula’s first modular pump track, are expected to inject an extra $450,000 into the regional economy.