Small businesses in Logan are set to benefit from a new Small Business Friendly Council (SBFC).
Minister for Employment and Small Business Di Farmer welcomed Logan to the growing list of councils that have signed the charter.
“Small businesses are the heart and hubs of our local communities. They are our families, our friends, our neighbours, and they keep our communities strong.
“By signing the Small Business Friendly Council charter, councils commit to support small businesses in their respective area and help to reduce red tape.” Says Di Farmer.
City of Logan Mayor Darren Power said Logan City Council is committed to supporting local small businesses through its new Economic Development Strategy.
The Strategy includes forming the mayor’s Local Job and Skills Taskforce, which will engage with local businesses to create employment opportunities.
“In addition to helping them build a resilient and sustainable workforce, Council will work closely with existing businesses across all sectors to grow the local economy and attract new customers and investment,” Cr Power said.
Check out more about SBFC at business.qld.gov.au/qsbc