Council seeks the voice of small business

The Department of Employment, Small Business and Training is seeking expressions of interest from eight to 10 small business owners, including social enterprises, to be a voice for small business on the Queensland Small Business Advisory Council (QSBAC).

The recently released Big Plans for Small Business Strategy includes a targeted small business engagement framework that incorporates reinvigorating QSBAC.

The QSBAC focuses on significant challenges for small business related to business growth, sustainability and employment. Members provide advice and solutions to its Chair, Minister for Employment and Small Business and Minister for Training and Skills Development Di Farmer.

The positions are voluntary and not remunerated. Costs to fulfil the responsibilities of the role to attend meetings are met by the department.

Expressions of interest will be accepted up to 5pm on Tuesday 27 July.

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