Brisbane Business Hub has been developed to help the Brisbane business community recover from the economic impact of COVID-19.
It is a physical and digital space for businesses in Queensland’s capital to find advice and inspiration to sustain and grow their business – across all industries.
Assistance is delivered through in-person events, one-on-one mentoring and online resources such as webinars, case studies and informative articles.
Brisbane Business Hub is a joint initiative of Brisbane City Council and Brisbane Economic Development Agency.
Brisbane Economic Development Agency
Brisbane Economic Development Agency (Brisbane EDA) plays a vital role in growing Brisbane’s economy, driving demand for Brisbane, and creating growth and trade opportunities for local Brisbane businesses.
We are taking a lead role in driving Brisbane’s economic recovery, working with city leaders, partners and local businesses to deliver initiatives with immediate and sustainable economic impact for Brisbane.
Located at Level 2, 155 Queen Street in Brisbane’s CBD, Brisbane Business Hub is the home to events and seminars that will help Brisbane businesses rebuild, survive and thrive. Business owners can access various resources, face-to-face mentoring and informational seminars.
The digital Brisbane Business Hub is a library of practical, inspiring and relevant content in a variety of formats (articles, videos and webinars). The need for a virtual, centralised hub of content is vital due to current event restrictions.
Connect with like-minded businesses facing similar challenges and explore opportunities to adapt, grow and scale in a post-COVID world.