Help us to shape Tasmania’s Business Growth Strategy
Tasmanian businesses are encouraged to share their views on the opportunities and challenges relating to growing a business in Tasmania.
The Business Growth Strategy 2022-26 will establish priorities and action areas for government and the private sector to support business growth in Tasmania.
This strategy is being developed by the Department of State Growth in partnership with the Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Tasmanian Small Business Council.
Feedback is being sought on the questions below from business owners, employees, business advisers and representative organisations across Tasmania.
- What are the biggest opportunities for your business over the next four years?
- What is in the way of making the most of these opportunities?
- What would assist you in addressing barriers and making the most of your identified opportunities?
- What would make you feel more confident to handle future challenges or disruptions to your business?
Join the conversation
You can join the conversation in the following ways:
- an online survey
- emailing responses to firstname.lastname@example.org
- face-to-face and online roundtable sessions.
Consultation closes on Friday, 15 July 2022.
In-person roundtable events will be held at the following dates across the state. Click on the link to register for a session, or view all of the sessions here.
Tuesday 5 July
6 – 7.30pm
Friday 8 July
10.30am – 12pm
1 – 2.30pm
The new date will be available soon.
6 – 7.30pm
Due to limited capacity, registrations are restricted to one per business/organisation. If you can’t make the session you have registered to attend, please cancel your registration via the Eventbrite website or app. Alternatively, contact Business Tasmania at email@example.com or 1800 440 026.
Further detail on the consultation process is available in the Consultation Paper.
Following the consultation process, a draft strategy will be developed and released for public consultation before the strategy is finalised in late 2022.