Business support

Business Services video transcript

Making it easier to do business in the City of Logan.

  • Are you looking for business support services such as mentoring and advice?
  • Are you searching for the best location for your business?
  • Are you looking for demographic and development data to aid in decision making?
  • Are you looking for local business events and courses?

Whether you are starting a new business, expanding your existing business or thinking of relocating your business to Logan, the Logan Office of Economic Development (LOED) should be your first port of call for information and assistance.

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Business support

Our business support service provides free and low cost business support services for Logan-based business owners. We can help you establish, sustain and grow your business.

We offer workshops, events and courses for Logan businesses and we deliver these in conjunction with government and industry partners.

Investment support and incentives

Logan Office of Economic Development has investment support services to help your business establish, relocate or expand in the City of Logan. You can access assistance, support, business data and incentives on the LOED website.

Think Local, Buy Logan

It’s never been more important to support our local businesses.

When you buy local, you help keep more money in the local economy and help support local jobs.

For more information, please see Think Local, Buy Logan.

Working in Logan

Logan Office of Economic Development is committed to helping Logan businesses employ local staff so that residents of Logan can work closer to home.

LoganJobs an online hub connecting Logan employers with Logan job seekers. The website makes it easier to live and work in our vibrant city. This is where local people find local jobs in the City of Logan.

Visit the LoganJobs website to find a job or to start posting free job ads.

We are small business friendly

Small businesses are at the heart of the Queensland economy and our regional communities. they create local employment opportunities, provide essential goods and services and play a critical role in the social fabric of our regions.

This Small Business Friendly Councils (SBFC) initiative outlines the commitment between local councils, its partners and small businesses to support a prosperous and sustainable small business sector in communities across Queensland.

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