Brisbane's business networks

Business networks provide a valuable point of connection and sense of community for business owners. Use this page to find out about the benefits of joining a business network and Brisbane business networks that Brisbane City Council regularly connects with.

Benefits of joining a business network

Formal business networks have a structured business plan, host regular meetings with members and provide member updates about events and opportunities.

Being part of a business network can help you:

  • connect with other businesses by attending meetings, events and workshops
  • keep informed about business grants and opportunities
  • raise your business profile and boost referrals
  • gain new ideas and fresh inspiration
  • collaborate and work towards a shared purpose
  • work together to achieve more.

Find a Brisbane business network near you

Council is committed to supporting and promoting not-for-profit business networks. We regularly connect with 20 not-for-profit Brisbane business networks. Some drive continuous improvement of a local retail precinct, while others have broader catchments and goals.

Precinct-focused business networks

These business networks represent local retail precincts and actively work to promote and activate their area.

Want to establish a local business group?

If you're interested in forming a local business group in your retail precinct, the 'Importance of collaboration' module in the Local retail and activation toolkit provides practical advice and templates to get you started.

Business networks with broader catchments and goals

More information

For more information about how Council connects with Brisbane business networks, email Council.

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