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This is your chance to be a part of the new economy……

“Your Business, Your Future, Your Sunshine Coast”

Are you a current or intending Sunshine Coast small business owner?
Are you making the most of the opportunities major projects are delivering to our region over the next two years and more? 

 

Future


Here’s your chance to be a part of the new economy and to help boost local business on the Sunshine Coast.

The Sunshine Coast is the 3rd fastest growing economy in Queensland, and the major projects on the horizon are going to provide immense opportunity for further economic growth and stimulation in coming years.  These projects include but are not limited to the Maroochy Airport Expansion, Maroochy CBD (Suncity) project, Aura (Caloundra South) Community development. In the near future and the catalyst of growth will be opening of Kawana University Public Hospital in April 2016, and the subsequent development of the Kawana Hospital and Health Precinct.

Kawana Chamber of Commerce is working in partnership with Working Visions and Kimberley Lynch, (formerly of Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland)  to lead the business community in identifying the various opportunities arising from the growth on the Sunshine Coast and Kawana.

In response to the expected growth and population increase we seek to enable locals to maximise opportunities in expanding existing businesses, or to establish new business ventures on the Sunshine Coast.

The intent of this survey is to help identify additional areas of growth and further to identify what assistance businesses will need to actualise that growth.

Take just 3 minutes & put your thinking cap on and complete the survey to help us help you capitalise on major Sunshine Coast Projects.

CLICK HERE TO COMPLETE THE SURVEY

If you have any ideas or other input or want more general information please email us at SCBCProject@workingvisions.com.au


SURVEY CLOSES MONDAY, 18 JULY 2016

 

Sunshine Coast Business Collaboration (SCBC) – Auspiced by the Kawana Chamber of Commerce
Linda Delamotte – President, Kawana Chamber of Commerce
Kimberley Lynch – Business Development Specialist 
Tracey Wilson and Julie Dare – Working Visions Australasia Pty Ltd