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We’ve had a bit of a run recently on clients with patent and trademark queries. Thanks to an arrangement between the Tasmanian Government and renowned intellectual property firm Davies Collison Cave, we’re able to quickly connect clients with expert advice in this area of law. One of the most important things to remember if you [...]
We have previously shared details about the Australian Government’s Regional Jobs and Investment Packages. Business innovation grants of $50,000 or more available, and require matching funding. Applications are now open, and close on the 19th of October. Full details can be found at the following link, or sing out if you missed out on the [...]
Daryl and one of our stand out clients, Malcolm Ryan, from Rhuby Delights, discuss the Enterprise Centres Tasmania service.
As part of Government’s continuing commitment to the visitor economy, the Tourism Accommodation Refurbishment Loan Scheme (TARLS) will provide for up to $20 million to be made available over an initial two year period, for low interest loans for eligible tourist accommodation businesses operating in Tasmania. TARLS will provide assistance to tourism operators, particularly in [...]
idea2017 is just around the corner in Ulverstone on Thursday the 24th of August. We’re super excited to have the following presenters. Polly McGee, Author and Digital Strategist at Polly McGee Nathan Kelly, Director of Marketing at 7P Marketing Tania Price, Founder and CEO at TrepiCity and Founding Partner and Chair, Club Kidpreneur Foundation You can [...]
FermenTasmania – an initiative you may have heard of – a not-for-profit company, created in 2015 with the aim to put Tasmania on the map for the design, production and marketing of fine fermented products. Tom Lewis from RDS Partners and one of the drivers behind FermenTasmania visited the north-west in early June explaining the objectives of [...]
Did you know the Tasmanian Government delivers a range of services and programs to assist Tasmanian small businesses to start, grow and create jobs to stimulate the economy? The Department of State Growth provides access to free business advisors and mentors as well as a wide range of tools and online advice to help you [...]
FermenTasmania – an initiative you may have heard of – a not-for-profit company, created in 2015 with the aim to put Tasmania on the map for the design, production and marketing of fine fermented products. Tom Lewis from RDS Partners and one of the drivers behind FermenTasmania will be in the north-west in early [...]
These relaxed, small group workshops will help small business owners analyse and respond to their changing business environment, and assess and fine-tune their value proposition and business model. Participants will learn how to access and apply simple, effective, free tools including the Business Model Canvas and Value Proposition Canvas made famous by Strategyzer.com and featured in its [...]