‘BSMQ joined the Rockhampton Regional Council’s table (hosted by Mayor Margaret Stelow) at the Queensland Futures Summit in Brisbane on 29 August 2018.
The Summit discussed the future direction of Queensland’s key industry sectors including educational research, biotechnology, tourism and space technologies, an emerging industry for Queensland.
A key theme of each session was how Queensland’s regional economies will adapt to and adopt these new opportunities to attract investment and develop the high growth jobs of the future.
BSMQ partnered with the Rockhampton Regional Council for Beef Australia 2018, showcasing the region’s agriculture assets to prospective migrant investors’.
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