Redlands Coast manufacturing businesses are invited to the final Business Brews industry networking event for the year.
Supported by Redland City Council at Bacchus Brewing in Capalaba on Tuesday 29 November 2022 the eighth event in the Business Brews series will focus on establishing local supply chains and government assistance programs.
Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said it was a great opportunity for local enterprises to network and hear invaluable business intelligence firsthand.
“We have three guest speakers who will provide insight into the opportunities available, as well as overcoming potential barriers,” Cr Williams said.
“Peter Lacey, the Executive Director of Queensland Government Procurement – Policy with the Department of Energy and Public Works, will provide an overview of State Government procurement processes for the 2032 Brisbane Olympic and Paralympic Games, an event that will generate enormous business potential for Redlands Coast.
“Jody McAully, from the Department of Regional Development, Manufacturing and Water, will also outline State Government programs and services that can help businesses to grow and become more capable and adaptable.
“Kathryn and Mark Lang of Lang’s Gourmet have extensive expertise as business owners in the manufacturing sector and will share their experiences in overcoming barriers and finding success.
“Council is proud to collaborate on these networking events as another way of adding to its commitment to supporting Redlands Coast industries and businesses.”
Business Brews event details
Time: 4pm-6pm, Tuesday 29 November 2022.
Place: Bacchus Brewing, 1 / 2 Christine Place, Capalaba
Registration: Visit https://BusinessBrews22.eventbrite.com.au. You can also phone Redland City Council on 3829 8999 or email email@example.com and address your enquiry to the Economic Development Coordinator.