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$200,000,000 per year is the figure that we leak out of our local economy every year. If we can regain 20% of that we would see (with a multiplier effect added)an additional $56 million circulating in our community each year.
January 1, 1970
A Physical Space for People to Hire, Meet, Learn, and Teach
We’ve transformed ‘The Old Holden Building’ on Grey Street into a new coworking, training and meeting facility.
Highlands Hub provides our community, business, visitors and the region with opportunities to connect, create, innovate and grow.
From hot desks to meeting rooms and a cosy community coworking lounge you can join us for an hour, a day, a week, a month or longer.
If you’re looking for a space to hire, meet, learn or teach get in touch or book directly online.
This Bushfire Local Economic Recovery Fund project is jointly funded by the Commonwealth and the NSW Government under Disaster Funding Arrangements.
Keep money local through MARKETPLACE by adding future procurement opportunities to prepare the local supply-chain as well as find a project partner or add a supply request.
Advertise your products, services and people to the local business community by adding your business to the DIRECTORY
Share your business news with your local business community on the NOTICEBOARD
Catch-up, support and share business-critical topics, local expertise, tips and advice by uploading
new or existing business content into ARTICLES – content marketing to drive traffic to your business website.
Discover or add networking and professional development EVENTS for local businesses
Dedicated COVID-19 page for businesses with links to critical information.
Have a squiz at the platform here:
HIGHLANDS HUB - BUSINESS PLATFORM
Register your business, upload some articles or notices and add any marketplace opportunities for local businesses.
We have a Localised local activation coordinator that can provide you with a demonstration and
assist you with your registration and content. If you would like to take advantage of this please do call
Katelyn Bywaters on 0405 799 948
If you would like to discuss this initiative with Council please call Margot Davis, Manager Economic Development on 0267 302 403
We've partnered with Localised to fund and facilitate a community platform to promote and support business activity across our local government area. This means it's FREE for your business for the next 3 years and beyond (with continued Council endorsement).
For the Business module our ultimate goal is to retain more business-to-business dollars multiplying within our local economy. As mentioned above, we currently leak up to $200,000,000 each year from our local economy. Retaining some of that means more revenue for business, more employment opportunities, more population retention and growth and our ability to maintain and improve our local services like schools, doctors and other health services.
For the upcoming Employment and Community modules our ultimate aim is to provide a dedicated platform for our local employment sector and our local community to engage, network and drive positive social cohesion, communication and outcomes.
Our local economy depends on local small business growth, agricultural diversification and increasingly leveraging the visitor economy. Whilst our industry sectors economic value-add is dominated by Agriculture, it’s the small businesses that have the potential to convert the supply-chain needs and drive stability in our local economy.
Creating one-place where businesses can connect, promote their business, contribute to local business discussion and communicate local business supply and project needs aims to achieve this.
We launched the Business platform on Monday 20th April, and it will take time for businesses to sign up, engage with and benefit from it - for the platform to ‘do its job’.
But we must start somewhere! We need take some leaps of faith for the future of our town and our children!
So we're asking for your help – if we take the opportunity now to retain some of this local leakage our local economy will benefit into the future against some challenging predictions.
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Acknowledgement of Country
Glen Innes Highlands acknowledges and pays respect to the Ngoorabul people as the traditional custodians of this land, their elders past, present and emerging, and to Torres Strait Islander people and all First Nations people.
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