The Department of State Growth actively pursues investment, facilitates major projects, supports business and industry to grow, and ensures we are investing strategically in infrastructure. The department also works closely with business and industry to address barriers to growth, including red and green tape, to provide a skilled workforce, develop our cultural industries and ensure efficient cost effective transport and logistics systems.
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Arts Tasmania has launched its new Tasmanian Arts Guide website, a go-to guide for visitors and locals looking for top creative places to go and things to do in the arts across Tasmania.
Screen Tasmania has announced funding for five new screen productions that will be made in the state, helping to continue our screen industry's extraordinary growth.
The Chair of the West Coast Economic Working Group, Adam Brooks, has released the final report of the working group.
National fatigue management law will apply in Tasmania from 30 March 2015.
Your purchase has power to make a difference to local businesses. Whether it’s your local newsagent, a hardware store or a fashion retailer, where you shop can make a real difference.
Following the success of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to Tasmania in 2014, the inaugural Australia China BusinessWeek (ACBW) will be presented in Hobart on the 27th of March, at the Wrest Point Hotel & Casino.
Applications are now open for the 2015 Australian Training Awards. Please visit the website to see information on how to enter.
For a comprehensive list of business events around the state, visit business.tas.gov.au – all your business needs in one place.