Local Business Partnership Initiative

The Local Business Partnership Initiative (LBPI) enables business owners and operators to collaborate with Brisbane City Council to identify opportunities to bring interest and activity to local business areas. Council engages with local businesses and offers a range of initiatives and support.

 

 

Digital marketing consultations

Council offered free one-on-one digital marketing consultations for selected businesses in areas that are currently or have previously participated in Council’s Local Business Partnership Initiatives. 

The aim is to help businesses improve their online presence to maximise the success of the business as a bricks-and-mortar store, bringing interest and activity to the surrounding shopping precinct.  

The consultations were delivered in person at the business in May and June 2021 by digital marketing experts, Springboard Digital.

Visual merchandising consultations

Council offered free one-on-one visual merchandising consultations for selected businesses in areas that are currently or have previously participated in Council’s Local Business Partnership Initiatives. 

The aim is to provide practical support to build the capacity of businesses, improving shop appeal to maximise the success of the business and bring interest and activity to the surrounding shopping precinct.

The consultations were delivered in person at the business in May and June 2021 by visual merchandising experts, VM+.

In progress

Bulimba Local Business Partnership Initiative

The Bulimba business precinct has been identified as one of the next locations for the Local Business Partnership Initiative.

Council will seek to work with the business community in Oxford Street, Bulimba to encourage and identify opportunities to enhance and activate the precinct as a vibrant dining and retail destination.

You can register to be notified about future Bulimba LBPI related activities.

Mt Gravatt Central Local Business Partnership Initiative

The Mt Gravatt Central business precinct has been identified as one of the next locations for the Local Business Partnership Initiative. 

Council will seek to work with the business community to identify opportunities and key actions that businesses can take to enhance and activate the precinct and local economy.

You can register to be notified about future Mt Gravatt Central LBPI related activities.

Completed

From 2017–2019, Council worked with local business areas in Moorooka, Nundah, Wynnum, Sandgate and Stones Corner to prepare Destination Plans:

More information

If you would like to provide feedback or have any questions about this initiative, you can:

Last updated: 17 June 2021