Thursday 20 October 2016WildBear Entertainment recognised as Canberra's best export talent in 2016
Congratulations to WildBear Entertainment, named the 2016 ACT Exporter of the Year! WildBear specialises in content production and management for a range of media including television, theatrical, corporate, educational, and government communications.
Thursday 15 September 20162016 Finalists for the ACT Chief Minister's Export Awards announced
Congratulations to all finalists in this year's ACT Chief Minister's Export Awards , which were announced yesterday. Winners will be presented awards at a Gala dinner on 20 October 2016, to recognise and celebrate the achievements of our leading exporters. Tickets to the Awards dinner are now on sale .
Wednesday 14 September 2016Game Plus industry co-working space open at AIE
The Australian Interactive Entertainment (AIE) today launched the Game Plus industry co-working space and incubator facility at the Canberra Technology Park in Watson. It provides a hub for digital entrepreneurs to co-locate, share resources, knowledge and opportunities. For more information visit gameplus.com.au .
Monday 12 September 2016Canberra Region Local Industry Participation Policy
From 1 January 2017, the Canberra Region Local Industry Participation Policy will require ACT Government to consider every opportunity for competitive local businesses, including Small and Medium Enterprises, when awarding contracts. Over the coming months further information to help industry and government understand the policy will be introduced. To read the policy, visit Procurement and Capital Works - Canberra Region Local Industry Participation Policy page .
Friday 2 September 2016Strategy to support Canberra's largest export
The ACT International Education Strategy – Canberra: Australia's Education Capital was launched on Friday 2 September 2016. The Strategy is designed to support the ACT's largest export sector as well as the business, trade and investment links that international students bring to Canberra. Read more on the International Education Strategy page.
Thursday 1 September 2016ACT Business Survey
The ACT Government has commissioned Lonergan Research to carry out a survey among ACT businesses to obtain a better understanding of their characteristics, needs and development plans, so that the Government can provide programs that best promote growth opportunities for the businesses, nationally and internationally.
Tuesday 16 August 20162016 ACT Scientist of the Year named
Dr Ceridwen Fraser has been named 2016 ACT Scientist of the Year. Dr Fraser's internationally renowned research looks at how plants and animals respond to past climate change, which has important implications for how we manage biodiversity and ecosystems now and into the future. Read more about Dr Fraser on the ACT Scientist of the Year page .
Wednesday 3 August 2016Industry-led trade mission to South Korea and Japan
Canberra Business Chamber is offering an exciting trade opportunity for Canberra region exporters to explore two key export markets in a supportive and collaborative environment. On this industry-led trade mission taking place in early September, mission participants will have access to facilitated opportunities in South Korea and Japan. For more information including proposed itinerary, costs and contact information, visit the Canberra Business Chamber South Korea and Japan Trade Mission page .
Friday 15 July 2016Commissioner for International Engagement
Mr Brendan Smyth MLA will be appointed as Canberra's first Commissioner for International Engagement. The role has been created to support the rapidly growing international engagement efforts of the ACT Government, and will work to provide a more coordinated approach to the ACT's international relations to better support local businesses and attract foreign investment. Read the media release 'Brendan Smyth to be CBR's first commissioner for international engagement' .
Thursday 7 July 2016Film produced in CBR to premiere at Melbourne International Film Festival
Joe Cinque's Consolation will premiere at the 2016 Melbourne International Film Festival. The feature film adapted from a notorious Australian murder case is billed as a major drawcard at this year's festival. Produced in Canberra, the film was supported by ScreenACT and the ACT Screen Production Fund. Read more about the film on the Melbourne International Film Festival web page .
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