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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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A professional development opportunity for arts practitioners at all stages of their career. Applications are open until 3 July 2017

Women in Tasmania

Women in Tasmania is a Tasmanian Government website that links women to policies, programs, resources and services in the state.

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The way traffic travels through the Elwick/Goodwood Road intersection and along the Brooker Highway has changed.

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This week it was announced that Hyatt Centric has committed to building a 221 room boutique hotel in Hobart’s CBD by 2019.

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The report has been released with a total of 98 red tape issues identified. 72 have been addressed so far across a number of business sectors.

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Later in 2017 a new Motorcycle Training and Assessment Program will be implemented for all new motorcycle riders in Tasmania.

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The 2017 Skills Tasmania Regional Forum series Grow your business and your people brings together small to medium businesses to talk strategies for finding, training and keeping the right staff to help them grow.

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The Tasmanian Training Awards celebrate excellence in vocational education and training and workforce development. Nominations for this year’s awards are now open.

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Learn how a well-crafted website and other online tools can help you take your manufacturing business to the next level at two free seminars.

2017 Employer of Choice Awards

The Awards recognise businesses who are committed to continually improving their business practices and supporting their staff.  Nominations are open from now until 9 December 2016.

Would you like to apply for an arts grant but don’t know where to start, or have been unsuccessful? Arts Tasmania is presenting  free workshops in Launceston, Devonport and Hobart on grant writing for Tasmanian artists.

Designed for Tasmanian small businesses supplying goods and services to the public, this program offers eligible business owners a series of workshops, business coaching and a business health check.


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Phone

1800 030 688   1300 135 513

Email

info@stategrowth.tas.gov.au