Suburban Business Hub Launched in Nundah

Did you know that Brisbane now has a Suburban Business Hub on Aspinall Street in Nundah? The new site aims to support small businesses and professionals who are looking for a well-supported co-working space and a place to enjoy networking opportunities.

“It’s providing services, networking opportunities and increased support to local Brisbane businesses, as they navigate the economic challenges caused by coronavirus,” Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner said.

Here are three things you can do at the Suburban Business Hub in Nundah, which became fully operational in May 2021:

1. Book a space for your meetings and other events.

If you’re planning to hold a meeting, a workshop, or an event, the business hub has several spaces for rent. The rooms are equipped with audio and video facilities, as well as Wi-Fi. The hub has a kitchenette for preparing snacks and drinks during the event. You will need to book the space at least 48 hours in advance, as well as provide the Council with the details of your business. 

Photo Credit: Brisbane City Council

2. Take part or view the business showcase

The Suburban Business Hub will regularly conduct a business showcase highlighting the creativity and ingenuity of local entrepreneurs. Currently, the showcase is centered on the artist wall (for creatives) and window display (for products). Learn more about this opportunity.

3. Join events

Every businessperson needs to build or enhance their skills so there will be several events lined up at the hub for this purpose. Most of these are free events:

  • Networking in the Suburbs
  • Talk to a Business Liaison Officer
  • Talk to a Planner
  • Lord Mayor’s Business Excellence Workshop
  • Business In Excellence: In Conversation

Council has also set up a Business in Brisbane Group on Facebook for additional resources from reputable organisations. 

“We encourage you to share your own ideas, ask questions and support each other but please ensure you follow the group rules when posting. Interested parties may also phone Council’s Business Hotline on 133 BNE (133 263) for enquiries.