We create jobs and opportunities. We innovate and export. But too often our businesses and the people who work in them are painted as villains; our achievements left unsung.
We need to tell our own stories. We want to showcase the work of our industry leaders, our employees and our suppliers.
By sharing the stories of our people, we can bring our businesses to life.
We want to reach as many people as possible in a factual, engaging and entertaining way.
If you have a good story to tell, please let us know.
IN many ways, Tasmania has been the nation’s quiet achiever, but that all changed when the state became a “magnet” for tourists.
TOKYO has more Michelin stars than any other city in the world. For their asparagus in summer – they look to a tiny island, more than 8,500 kilometres away.
HOBART shipbuilder Incat has gone from building local boats four decades ago to now supplying the world’s best and fastest ferries to markets stretching from Trinidad to the Canary Islands, with its success helping grow a network of business suppliers in Tasmania.
WHEN Liferaft Systems Australia first started manufacturing marine evacuation slides and liferafts 26 years ago they had about six employees and a single local customer.
When mining giant Rio Tinto decided more than a decade ago to anchor one of its fly-in, fly-out hubs in the Western Australian city of Busselton, it revitalised the coastal community economically, socially, and culturally.