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 Federal election is creating more questions than answers for the Tasmanian business sector which has been left in limbo with funding promises and policies from both parties which may be now undeliverable.
TASMANIA’S worst flooding in almost a century has cost three lives and more than $100 million in damage bills, with the physical recovery effort to take years.
CHAIRMAN Grant Every-Burns said most of the impact of responding to the energy supply challenge would occur in the current financial year, with some cost carried over to 2016/17.
FOR ten years the Tasmanian Leaders Program has been proving that leadership can be learned.
Tasmania Invest, a bespoke buyer’s agency, has just been launched to focus on attracting local, interstate and international investment to create jobs and generate economic opportunities in Tasmania.
By MICHAEL BAILEY POSITIVITY and profit aren’t inextricably linked but when it comes to Tasmania’s future economic prosperity, both are necessary and should be celebrated.
TASMANIA’S latest world-class hotel development is set to change the face of Hobart’s CBD within two years.