Deloitte Queensland managing partner John Greig takes a look at how the city fared in financial year 2016-17.
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From record-breaking tourism figures and new major events to a brand new startup incubator and award-winning business hubs, Brisbane has had a huge 2016-17 financial year.
The Brisbane Report asked some of Brisbane’s sharpest business minds about the inbound and outbound opportunities businesses and investors should be keeping an eye on in Asia and at home.
Australia is traditionally a net importer of capital. To that end, China continues to gain the majority of attention when discussions take place regarding Asian investment into Australian businesses.
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These stories each provides multiple layers of opportunity for players in the upstream and downstream supply chains to grow and prosper in ASEAN, and all of them can bear fruit for Brisbane businesses.
If Brisbane wants to maintain that growth, the key considerations and opportunities have to be grabbed with both hands. Here’s where Brisbane needs to go.
The tender process for Mt Coot-tha’s zipline eco-tourism facility is now open, plans for a new mega-cruise ship terminal have progressed, and the doors of the Holiday Express Inn Brisbane Central are open.
The city’s hotel strategy has delivered a stack of new rooms to Brisbane. Click to see just how many.