Topics: business support

[UPDATED: November 2021] Whether you want to get to know your local business community better, brush up on your networking skills or get practical advice from business experts, Brisbane City Council has a range of free business workshops and events to help.

Brisbane City Council's Suburban Business Hub at 16 Aspinall Street, Nundah supports Brisbane businesses with a space to start, run or grow your business. At the hub you can attend a range of events such as Networking in the Suburbs, find out about the free Council business support services on offer, book a meeting space or view our window display featuring the creative wares of local businesses.

Amie Hankinson had been running her toy shop, Growing Kind, online for two years when she launched her first pop-up through Council’s Suburban Shopfront Activation program.

Thrive as an environmentally friendly business with Council’s free and easy business recycling solutions, including online guides and free consultations with our business support program officers.

The new Brisbane Business Hub is here to support local businesses to recover and transform in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Find out more.

The age of the pop-up shop is upon us. Not only are they perfect for building brand awareness or testing a new idea, pop-ups are a great platform to trial your online business in a bricks and mortar store.

We're busting myths on some of the perceived barriers to successful networking to help get you and your business out there.

Coronavirus has hit our city hard and businesses are doing it tough. That’s why our $3.1 billion Budget is all about taking immediate action to protect jobs and get Brisbane open for business again.

Brisbane City Council acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land and their unique relationship with their ancestral country. We pay respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders of Brisbane, and recognise their strength and wisdom.