Tasmanian businesses can now tap into a deeper pool of working talent thanks to a new initiative by the University of Tasmania.
Under the I-PREP program being led by the university’s new Industry Engagement Coordinator, Penny Stringer, organisations are being invited to open their doors to talented international students.
Businesses and workers need to cooperate to overcome alcohol and drug issues in the workplace, writes TCCI CEO Michael Bailey.
Rob Dixon, Knight Frank Tasmania’s Director of Commercial Sales and Leasing (North), shares his insights into the Northern Tasmanian commercial market.
International trade shows are an excellent opportunity for Tasmanian businesses to showcase their products, writes TCCI TradeStart Adviser Sally Chandler.
Agility Logistics Tasmanian General Manager Brett Charlton says change is on the horizon for Tasmanian exporters and the industry needs to be prepared.
National Scams Awareness week was held recently -Minister for Resources Guy Barnett fills you in on how to avoid being caught out.
The University of Tasmania has purchased the Midcity Hotel in central Hobart to provide additional student accommodation in the south.