Tasmania Report
The Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, together with event partners B&E Personal Banking, Chartered Accountants Australia & New Zealand, the Federal Group, Southern Cross Television and TasCOSS, are pleased to launch the inaugural Tasmania Report roadshow events.
To be held on Wednesday 9 December 2015 at a breakfast in Hobart, a lunch in Launceston and a dinner in Ulverstone, the Tasmania Report will be the next annual TCCI signature event and will provide the basis for what business would like to see in next year’s State Budget. More

Tasmania Report Launch
The Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, together with event partners B&E Personal Banking, Chartered Accountants Australia & New Zealand, the Federal Group, Southern Cross Television and TasCOSS, is pleased to launch the inaugural Tasmania Report roadshow. More 

More good news with release of TCCI Survey of Business Expectations

The Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s quarterly Tasmanian Survey of Business Expectations shows business prospects are beginning to improve, with an increase in employment in the North and South. Read more

TCCI welcomes new Prime Minister

The Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry congratulates and welcomes Australia’s new Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull. Read more

TCCI Congratulates State Government for Nyrstar deal

Tasmania’s peak business body, the Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, congratulated the State Government with the announcement today of a $52 million modernisation plan for the Hobart based smelter. Read more

TCCI welcomes training funding announcement

Swift action by the State Government to provide $250,000 for training in the advanced manufacturing sector has been welcomed by the Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Read more

TCCI Supports Tasmanian Petrol Price Probe

Today’s announcement of the ACCC probe into petrol prices in Launceston was perfect timing considering a 6c per litre increase by some major service stations this week, according to peak industry body, the TCCI. Read more

Success of Work Ready Project

Employers will validate the first group of job seekers as work-ready as part of the Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s Work Readiness project in Devonport next Tuesday. Read more

TCCI welcomes education expansion

The Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry welcomes the uptake by another group of high schools to extend classes to years 11 and 12. Read more

Equality for Tasmanian Exporters

Equality for Tasmania’s exporters through the Federal Government’s expansion of the Tasmanian Freight Equalisation Scheme has been applauded by the Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Read more

Premier to launch unique Chinese export project

Premier Will Hodgman will launch the exciting program to display Tasmanian exporters’ products and services in a custom designed showroom in Shanghai in Hobart next week.
Export Growth China will display products and services from 120 Australian businesses, including 30 from Tasmania in the initial draft. Read more

Opportunities for Tasmanian business

The refurbishment of the two Spirit of Tasmania vessels should be a boost for many Tasmanian businesses, despite the major contract being award to UK based Trimline, according to the Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Read more

$16 million should stay in the state 

While disappointed that the $66 million Cadbury factory upgrade has been scrapped, the Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry is calling on the Federal Government to still invest its promised $16 million in the State. Read more

China now a reality for Tasmanian small businesses

More small and medium sized businesses in Tasmania will soon have their products and services on the shelves in China, thanks to a ground-breaking initiative partnered by the Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Read more

Business disappointed with Defamation Act backdown

Business is disappointed that government will not proceed with changes to the Defamation Act to allow all businesses to sue individuals who spread false and misleading information. Read more