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EXIT STRATEGY WHEN YOU WANT YOUR INVESTMENT BACK SAFELY.FREE BOOK HERE FROM EXPERT IN THE FIELD…

April 4th, 2011

THIS MAY BE ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT MONEY INVESTMENT BOOKS YOU WILL EVER NEED OR WANT


I WANT MY FREE STRATEGY EXIT EBOOK

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AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT FUNDING OF $200M FOR SKILL SHORTAGES

February 25th, 2011

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The Critical Skills Investment Fund (the Fund) provides $200 million Australian Government co funding for industry partnerships to undertake projects that provide training and employment opportunities in critical industry sectors.

The goal of the Fund is to help increase the supply of skilled labour for enterprises in these sectors.  To achieve this, the Fund will support projects that train and place job seekers into available positions, or that up-skill existing workers to meet new demands. The Fund may also be used to support the recommendations of the National Resources Sector Employment Taskforce (NRSET).

The Advisory Board for the Critical Skills Investment Fund was announced on 12 November 2010 by Senator Chris Evans, Minister for Tertiary Education, Skills, Jobs and Workplace Relations. The Board, comprising seven external members with relevant expertise in employment, training, labour market and skills development, will be responsible for overseeing the Fund’s administration.

The Critical Skills Investment Fund Guidelines set out the funding arrangements, eligibility requirements, application process and assessment criteria for project proposals under the Fund.  The Guidelines are now available to assist organisations in understanding the program.

The first funding round will be announced soon.

Consultations on the Draft Guidelines occurred in late 2010 and all submissions were considered before finalising the guidelines.

This fact sheet provides an overview of the Critical Skills Investment Fund.

BRISBANE QLD.TO HOLD MINING CONVENTION

October 19th, 2010

Mining 2010 Resources Convention 27-29 October, Brisbane Queensland

The Mining 2010 Resources Convention is one of Australia’s most widely regarded events within the resources industry and it is anticipated this year’s event will be the most paramount yet.

The conference will run over three days, from 27 to 29 October, and will include two Auditoriums covering topics such as Metals Outlook, Funds Management, International Outlook, Exploration in Australia and Junior Company Presentations, with over 80 companies showcasing the latest they have to offer.

Investor passes are available for 1, 2 or all 3 days. Please indicate which days you would like to attend.

All delegates receive complimentary morning and afternoon tea and lunch. To book your free registration, email prue@verticalevents.com.au

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I WANT TO BE A MILLIONAIRE VIA THE INTERNET FREE EVENT

October 9th, 2010

INTERNET MILLIONS FOR YOU TOO

Brett McFallMy name is Brett McFall, you’ve probably never heard of me before and quite frankly, that’s OK with me.

I’ve never been featured in the BRW Rich 200 (nor do I want to), hardly ever wear a suit and a tie (shorts, thongs and t-shirt is my dress-code). I don’t drive a Ferrari (although my Mercedes CLK is pretty nice).. I don’t have commercial premises with staff running around all over the place (home is where my heart is).

In fact, if you walked past me in the street you wouldn’t look twice, and you certainly wouldn’t say to yourself, “There goes a guy who makes thousands of dollars online and most of it whilst he’s asleep…” …and yet, that’s exactly what I do and the reason why I think you should listen to me right now.

I’ve discovered what I believe is the best model to make consistent cash flow and have been using it personally myself for the last 5 years.

But before I tell you about how you can do as I do, I’d like to tell you a little bit about why I think you should listen to me.

  • I’ve written a #1 Best-Seller business book called, funnily enough, “How to Make Money While You Sleep”
  • I’ve been featured on several current affairs TV shows.
  • I make a consistent big 6-figure income year-in, year-out.
  • I do this from my water-front mansion in Queensland.
  • I have no staff, little overhead, zero stock and a pretty lazy lifestyle.
  • I have clients in 49 countries around the world.
  • I’ve taught my system and strategy to over 10,000 people around the globe.
  • …and I’ve been paid up to $25,000 to mentor students on exactly how they too can make money while they sleep.
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    Tuesday November 2
    Hyatt Coolum
    Warran Rd.
    Coolum
    BRISBANE
    Wednesday November 3
    Mercure Brisbane
    85-87 North Quay
    Brisbane
    GOLD COAST
    Thursday November 4
    Courtyard by Marriott
    Cnr Surfers Paradise Blvd & Hanlan St.
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Click Here to Secure Your Free Seat Now ?

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SUSTAINABILITY AND YOUR BUSINESS FREE WORKSHOP

August 30th, 2010

Do you make sustainability work for your business?
USQ  Fraser Coast Campus is running a workshop to help you improve your business performance through managing environmental sustainability change.

This workshop is FREE to Chamber of Commerce Members.
When: 23 September, 2010 and
24 September, 2010

Duration: 1 Day
Where: USQ Fraser Coast Campus, Hervey Bay
CLICK HERE to download RSVP details, information on what to expect and details of other dates/venues.

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EMPLOYMENT BROKERAGE FUNDING FOR EMPLOYERS AVAILABLE

July 21st, 2010

On 21/07/2010 2:12 PM, MILLWARD,Jason wrote:

Dear Chamber of Commerce colleagues
for your information
Employer Brokers

http://www.deewr.gov.au/Employment/JSA/Pages/EmployerBrokers.aspx
Employer Brokers is a competitive grants program to engage with employers in a skill or labour shortage industry

to broker solutions that meet employers’ needs and co-ordinate and target the efforts of Employment Service providers

to matching the needs of job seekers with the labour requirements of employers.

Proposals are invited from Employer Broker panel members to assist National Employers to manage their recruitment needs,

including a strong emphasis on increasing their employment of Indigenous Australians.

Only Employer Broker panel members are eligible to apply for funding but non-panel members to directly approach panel members

to collaborate on Activity proposals which a panel member could then submit.

The closing date Monday, 30 August 2010 at 4.30pm AEST
Innovation Fund
http://www.deewr.gov.au/Employment/JSA/Pages/InnovationFund.aspx
Proposals are invited from Innovation Fund panel members for projects that offer innovative solutions to address barriers toemployment for groups of the most disadvantaged job seekers.

While only Innovation Fund panel members are eligible to apply for funding, the Innovation Fund guidelines allow thatnon-panel members may directly approach panel members to collaborate on activity proposals which a panel member could then submit.

The closing date is 30 August 2010 at 4.30pm AEST.
both websites contain more info and contact details for questions.
regards

Jason Millward
Local Employment Coordinator
Bundaberg – Fraser Coast
phone: 0412 772 307
email: jason.millward@deewr.gov.au
web: www.keepaustraliaworking.gov.au
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STATE RUN WORKSHOPS FOR BUSINESS

July 20th, 2010

The global financial crisis might be over, but who knows what the future holds?

This statewide series of workshops is a Queensland Government-funded program to help Queensland businesses improve in the current economic climate. In a single evening you’ll learn valuable management, marketing and productivity strategies which could help you to improve the performance of your business. You will also gain an insight into what the future holds and how to prepare for it.

Tuesday 27 July 2010
5.30pm
Brolga Theatre and Convention Centre, Walker Street, Maryborough
Free
Visit the website to register
1300 644 361
There is no cost to attend, but seating is limited so bookings are essential.  Reservations will be taken strictly on a first come, first served basis.

This workshop is funded by the Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation and delivered by Brett Chamberlain.
Send this information to a friend.

Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation
PO Box 15168
CITY EAST BRISBANE
QLD 40

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Tel: 1300 363 711 (Queensland callers)
+61 7 3001 6359 (outside Queensland callers)
Submit an enquiry online
www.business.qld.gov.au

WEBINAR EVENTS FOR YOUR BUSINESS BY QLD GOV.

July 19th, 2010

Presenting a series of complimentary business development webinars for

business owners across Queensland

A total of 25 webinars on various key business topics will be delivered by industry

experts over the next 12 months. Webinars are targeted to business owners at all

stages of business and will cover the following topics:

Considering a business
Improve your business performance
Attracting new customers to your business
Retaining your profitable customers
Financial management: ‘back to basics’
Financial management: ‘the how to’
Planning your successful business
Business Continuity Planning
Strengthen your business today

What is a webinar?



Webinars are live presentations conducted in ‘real time’. In a webinar

each participant sits in the comfort of their home or workplace and

using their computer is connected to the presenter via the internet.

Webinars bring together a range of industry experts and as an active

participant there is opportunity to ask questions and engage with other participants.

Flexibility


We know that business owners are busy and webinars offer a flexible, engaging way

to learn and network.

When are they taking place?

The first webinars (below) are scheduled for late July.

Improve your business performance Monday 28 July 7.30pm Register now

Each webinar will run for less than an hour and are scheduled during lunch times

(around 12.30pm) and in the evening (around 7.30pm).

If a proposed date clashes with a prior commitment, downloads will be made available

so you can still access the webinar content (however it is strongly advised to attend

the live event where possible).

How much does it cost?

There is no cost, however numbers are limited and bookings are essential.

How do I register?

Find out more information or register for a specific webinar here.

Alternatively, you can call the business hotline on 1300 363 711.

You are welcome to share this information with your business associates, friends

or family who may be interested.

Webinars are presented by the Queensland Government, in conjunction with

The Creative Collective.

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NASA FREE COMPETITION FOR $20,000 – YOUR IDEAS PLEASE

June 23rd, 2010


Dear HENRY:

This is it! Only one week left to enter the 2010 "Create the Future" Design Contest and compete for
$20,000 USD, other great prizes, and global recognition. Submit your innovative product ideas by
next Wednesday, June 30. There is no cost to enter. Visit www.createthefuture2010.com for complete
details.

Engineers, entrepreneurs, and students worldwide are invited to submit team or individual entries
in six categories: Consumer Products; Machinery/Equipment; Medical; Safety & Security; Sustainable
Technologies; and Transportation.

In addition to the $20,000 grand prize competition, first prize winners in each of the six categories
will get an HP workstation. The 10 most popular entries, as voted on by site registrants, will win
a 3D mouse. All qualified entrants will be included in a T-shirt drawing, and the Top 100 entries
overall, as determined by an industry panel of judges, will receive a certificate of achievement
suitable for framing.

Best of all, winning entries will benefit from publicity to business leaders and executives who
could help bring the idea to market.

Hurry! The entry deadline is June 30, 2010 at 11:59 pm ET. Click here to get started:
http://contest.techbriefs.com/getstarted.
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GIFT VOUCHER COLES MYERS FROM COM BANK – WIN $400

April 8th, 2010

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The Commonwealth Bank and Chamber of Commerce & Industry Queensland Pulse Survey of Business Conditions for the March quarter is now open. Please spend a few minutes telling us how your business performed during the March quarter and enter the draw to win a $400 Coles Group and Myer gift voucher.

This quarter’s Hot Topic looks at the current practices and attitudes of Queensland businesses towards the environment.

Every response counts, so please take a few minutes to respond to this brief survey.

The survey closes 4pm Wednesday 21 April with the prize winner drawn on Thursday 22 April.

About Pulse

The Pulse survey is the largest of its kind in Queensland. Pulse evaluates the current and expected business conditions in Queensland and provides significant economic data such as employment levels, business profitability and turnover on a region by region basis.

This information allows you to gauge your business’ performance both in your region and in Queensland, and it provides you with vital information for better investment decisions and strategic business planning.

Additionally, the Pulse survey assists Chamber of Commerce & Industry Queensland in our lobbying efforts, presenting us with a clear insight into the effects of government policy on business and allowing us to successfully lobby for a positive business environment.

The December Quarter Pulse report is available from the Chamber of Commerce & Industry Queensland website.

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