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The Goondiwindi Chamber of Commerce invites you to our upcoming Business Breakfast! Join us for an enlightening morning featuring four guest speakers who will share invaluable insights on how they can assist you in your business endeavours. From practical business support to employment assistance, our speakers will provide guidance and resources to help you succeed. Don't miss this opportunity to network with fellow businesses, gain valuable knowledge, and discover new avenues for growth. Join us and take your business to new heights!


  • Dan Stewart (Industry Relationships Consultant, National Priorities and Industry Linkage Fund at University of Southern Queensland (UniSQ))

    Dan Stewart

    Industry Relationships Consultant, National Priorities and Industry Linkage Fund at University of Southern Queensland (UniSQ)


    Discover the power of collaboration with UniSQ’s Industry Projects Team! Committed to bridging the gap between academia and industry, our team facilitates partnerships that enrich student experiences and produce job-ready graduates. By engaging with students while they are studying, businesses not only benefit from fresh perspectives but also contribute to shaping tomorrow's workforce. With a range of projects to support business challenges and opportunities as well as cadetships, join us in empowering the next generation of innovators while driving tangible results for your organisation.

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  • Robyn Haig (Director of Regional Development at Regional Development Australia - Darling Downs and South West)

    Robyn Haig

    Director of Regional Development at Regional Development Australia - Darling Downs and South West


    Regional Development Australia (RDA) is a national network of Committees made up of local leaders who work with all levels of government, business and community groups to support the economic development of their regions. RDA Committees have an active and facilitative role in their communities and a clear focus on growing strong and confident regional economies that harness their competitive advantages, seize on economic opportunity and attract investment.

    Youth Employment Success is a connector, bridging the gap between local youth and employers. We partner with organisations, and businesses to empower young people on their career journey.

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  • David Bower (Senior Field Officer at DDSW DESBT)

    David Bower

    Senior Field Officer at DDSW DESBT


    The Department of Employment, Small Business and Training (DESBT) supports Queensland's current and future workforce by connecting Queenslanders to learning opportunities through quality training and employment opportunities and by helping small businesses start, grow, and thrive.

    Business Hub, hosted monthly at the Goondiwindi Chamber Office, where the DESBT is empowering Queensland's workforce and small businesses. At the Business Hub, attendees can access quality training, employment opportunities, and invaluable support to kickstart or grow their ventures. Designed to meet DESBT priorities, including enhancing regional small businesses' capabilities and addressing skills needs, the hub offers an integrated program of assistance. Best of all, it's free for anyone to attend. Whether you're a budding entrepreneur or an established business owner, the Business Hub is your gateway to success. Join us and thrive in Queensland's vibrant business landscape.

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  • Angela Cochrane (Workforce Development Officer at Goondiwindi Chamber of Commerce)

    Angela Cochrane

    Workforce Development Officer at Goondiwindi Chamber of Commerce


    Chamber's newly appointed Workforce Development Officer, Angela, will be discussing her role and her efforts to enhance workforce participation within Goondiwindi and the boarder region. She will share insights into the current programs she is delivering, which aim to establish partnerships with industries and support job seekers facing challenges in the current labour market.

    Angela will also outline a variety of free offerings and services available to local businesses through the Queensland Government's Growing Workforce Participation Fund. Additionally, she will showcase various grants available to regional businesses which may assist with the costs associated with onboarding and training new employees.

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Business Breakfast
Member Price A$35
Standard Price A$40


Gateway To Training

15-21 Russell Street
Goondiwindi, Queensland, Australia

If you have any questions please contact Rebecca Cover

Contact Organizer

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