Prepare for your digital future at CLICK! 2017
Registrations have opened for CLICK! 2017, South East Queensland’s FREE one-stop digital expo for business.
CLICK! 2017, a two-day event organised by Regional Development Australia, is designed to provide businesses with the digital skills they need to remain competitive and stimulate innovation.
More than 1200 attendees are expected at CLICK! 2017 which runs from Friday 1st to Saturday 2nd September at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Is your business well prepared for a digital future? CLICK! 2017 offers advice and ideas for organisations looking to take advantage of the expanding digital economy.
Participants can choose from dozens of free seminars and workshops on topics including cyber security, social media, e-commerce, video content, cloud technology as well as digital marketing and strategy.
The event program also includes demonstrations of new technology, Q & A sessions with industry experts, and a host of exhibitions from local and national providers.
Register now to attend CLICK! 2017.
Free Trade, not just for big business
Among the endless stream of EOFY tips and announcements, you might have missed the news that Australia recently entered negotiations for yet another free trade agreement (FTA).
This time the agreement is with the Pacific Alliance nations of Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru, and comes on top of recent FTAs with Japan, Korea, China and a host of other Asian countries.
These agreements often make the headlines for big business such as agricultural and industrial exporters, but for small business there are plenty of opportunities as well.
Not only does free trade break down tariff barriers to international markets, it also helps Australian business to be more competitive by providing access to cheaper inputs from overseas.
Small to medium business will be particularly interested in the fact many of these agreements open up markets to legal, accounting, financial, educational and other professional services. You can find an overview of the key North Asian agreements here.
For more specific information about what’s in the Free Trade Agreements for your business, DFAT’s Free Trade Portal offers a range of information and advice for exporters and importers looking to access international markets.