Our Brisbane Business Community
While Council’s Economic Recovery Taskforce works to help local businesses get back on their feet and rebuild Brisbane’s economy in the wake of coronavirus, many local businesses have inspired us with their innovation and creativity.
We’re sharing some local business stories of pivoting, solidarity and resilience, hoping it offers inspiration to get your business back on track.
In tough times, it’s important to come together as a community to support each other, find connection and comfort, and share experiences and expertise. Find out more about how Council can support your local business.
Want to share your local business story too? For a chance to be featured, email the Economic Recovery Taskforce with a short summary of your journey. We’ll be in touch before featuring some of the Brisbane business inspiration that comes our way.
Adapting his business during coronavirus has been a learning curve for Taro Akimoto, and one that he hasn’t shied away from. Taro's Ramen has faced the challenges head-on and continues to evolve to meet the ever-changing environment.
Kim Liddell acted quickly to adapt her business to the challenges of isolation, by taking her award-winning science program out of the classroom and into the homes of budding scientists across Australia, and the world.
Robynne O'Halloran Photography
Robynne O’Halloran met the challenges associated with relocating her photography business to Brisbane during the peak of coronavirus, by looking at the situation through a new lens.
Bonnies Dog Obedience and Puppy School
With 46 years and three generations invested in their business, Val and Bruce Bonney closed their award-winning dog obedience and puppy school and pivoted to an online offering.
Brisbane Wedding Decorators
When coronavirus restrictions came in the peak of autumn wedding season, Jamie and Cara’s celebrant and Brisbane Wedding Decorators businesses were caught in a flurry of cancellations and changes.