Here are the latest opportunities your business can take advantage of.
Take a look at these great offers to upskill you and your staff, or jump on board something that is happening in the city to introduce your business to some new customers:
Eat it Tassie! will celebrate our amazing Tasmanian hospitality venues and the incredible producers who supply them. From small concerts, to tasting experiences or community BBQs, Eat it Tassie! will keep you in touch with what’s going on this summer.
Add your business to the directory:
Register your venue details to be shown on our directory for the chance to have your venue content featured with us.
A central place to discover who was open in this “contact-less economy,” and how to find them.
The website is a collaboration between Department of State Growth, Brand Tasmania and the Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (TCCI).
Let’s get online so our neighbours can find us. This site will work for your business whether you have a sophisticated e-commerce platform or a simple phone number.
We encourage you to take this time to work on your brand story and to move into e-commerce. You can explore tips, workshops, ideas and other opportunities for help on our resources page.
A new year means another free 4 hour one-on-one session with a Digital Coach.
Coaching sessions will be delivered remotely via Zoom or phone, if you need help accessing Zoom your friendly coach will guide you through the process.
If you are a Tasmanian business owner, manager, marketer or representative you are welcome to participate. All you need to be is a registered Tasmanian business with an ABN. The confidential coaching sessions are tailor-made to your business by our skilled coaches, they run for up to 4 hours and are free of charge.
Whether you’re just starting your business and need help with the planning phase, you’re hiring your first employee, you’re not quite getting the return you would expect, or you’re looking to diversify – we can help.
Not only does our core team have decades of experience in business – they’re all running their own small business right now, in the Tasmanian community. We consistently update our knowledge through training sessions or peer workshops, so you can be sure we’re working on the latest information in our fields.
Some of these things include: