The new Regional Development Australia Southern Inland (RDASI) Committee has some fresh and familiar faces. The new Committee was announced last week and draws upon the impressive skills, experience and dedication of a number of local community members.
Food businesses in NSW throw away around 30 per cent of their food. That’s a lot of money going into the bin.
Regional Development Australia Southern Inland (RDASI) is collaborating with RDA Hunter and RDA Central West to pilot a program that provides students in years 5 to 8 in each region with age appropriate STEM skills and pathways to STEM jobs.
The government has recently highlighted Regional Development Australia Committees as someone who can drive collaboration between education, industry and government.
Networking. Scary? Time-consuming? One of the most valuable things you can do for your business? Goulburn Connect, a monthly networking event averaging about 40 local businesses, has now been running for five months and already, it has seen a number of connections formed between local businesses.
On Thursday afternoon, RDA Southern Inland launched their Jobs and Growth Insight Report. The report provides an insightful snapshot of the Southern Inland region, highlighting all the opportunities on offer for investors, businesses and workers.
Queanbeyan Connect was held again last night, with about 30 people coming along to listen to a special guest speaker. Local businesses came out in force to hear from Dean Lynch, from Snowy Hydro, about how they can become involved in Snowy 2.
Goulburn Connect was held at The Collective on Tuesday night and the winter weather certainly didn’t deter businesses. Over 50 people attended the networking event and listened to a number of ‘pitches’ from local businesses and community groups.
Late last year, Regional Development Australia Southern Inland (RDASI) conducted a skills audit of businesses in the Southern Inland region to identify and explore skills gaps in the region.
The inaugural Snowy Monaro Business Awards were held on Friday 18 th May at The Station in Jindabyne. The night was a fantastic opportunity to celebrate local businesses in the Snowy Monaro region.
Catherina Pappas from CIT Following on from the very successful inaugural Goulburn Connect, the second Goulburn Connect was held on Tuesday night at The Collective. It was another strong turnout, with about 40 people from Goulburn Mulwaree and Wingecarribee Shires attending the business networking event.
The first Braidwood Connect of 2018 was held on the 5 th April, with almost 40 businesses attending the meet up at the Longbarn and String.
The Federal Minister for Regional Development, Territories and Local Government John McVeigh, has announced the appointment of Mr Hugh Cooke of Yass as the new Chairman of Regional Development Australia Southern Inland (RDASI).
The very first Goulburn Connect was held on Tuesday night at The Collective, with over 50 people attending the business networking event.
The inaugural Cooma Connect was held on Monday 26th February at the Altair Motel, with almost 40 people from local business, government and community associations attending the meet up.