Dubbo Regional Council’s proactive approach to the future has gone on show, with last Friday marking the launch of the organisation’s first Dubbo Regional Prospectus.
In front of a room packed with local industry and business and collaborative levels of Government, the prospectus document and suite of supporting collateral aims to support Council’s strategic approach to future industry and economic growth within the Dubbo Region.
“This platform document tells the story of our region being a great place to work, where there are opportunities to build a career or business, where investment dollars go further and our industries are supported through a strong and skilled workforce,” Mayor Ben Shields said.
“The prospectus does all that whilst being supported by business case studies of local industry heroes telling their own stories.”
The prospectus document has been created with information on the relevant investment data from across the region, and with the inclusion of online and written case studies to support specific industries.
“The outcome is a tailorable piece of marketing collateral that can be altered to suit a range of investment opportunities for the region,” Cr Shields said.
“There are lots of pieces to the Economic Development puzzle, and this is a platform piece to start the conversation with businesses and investors about why Dubbo is a great opportunity.”
Herb Smith from Dreamtime Tuka in Wellington, Tom Cavanagh from EMS Group, Ned and Lynda Brennan of Brennan’s Welding, and Kim and Bryan Kiss from Grassland Poultry collaborated to tell their stories..
Council is working closely with industry and government agencies to spread the news, with many already connecting their own websites through to the document which can be found online through www.dubbo.com.au/invest .
Businesses who would like to take advantage of the Dubbo Regional Prospectus and accompanying collateral are encouraged to contact Council Economic Development Services Team.