New Projects. New Industries. New Investment. Next Opportunity
As a vital service within TSBE, the Energy and Infrastructure team identifies commercial opportunities for members and fosters relationships through a number of seminars and functions as well as strategic business introductions.
Typically linked to major projects and infrastructure, Supply Chain members are predominantly non-retail firms providing products and services to a buyer.
The focus of the Energy and Infrastructure team is to bring these trade-based businesses to the attention of industry - highlighting possible working partnerships in the region and then drilling down into individual business development opportunities.
We can provide comprehensive information on current and future projects and what is needed to secure potential contracts. We are proud to offer our services to our members, linking business is what we do best.
The Energy and Infrastructure team works closely with a number of high-level members and Council partners to attract investment and the flow-on effect to businesses of all sizes is significant.
Representing the region interstate and overseas, we are a voice in the marketplace and the exposure generated by TSBE and the Energy and Infrastructure team allows businesses to leverage off our network and create lucrative opportunities for the future.
And that means that you need to be connected…you need to be part of this dynamic, pro-active organisation to fully utilise your business potential.
It's time to get connected - do you know what you're missing?
Phone: +61 07 4639 4600
Email: [email protected]
The Energy and Infrastructure team supports major projects, find out how we can help here.
We’re keen to talk business.
“Not many regions have an organisation such as TSBE actively promoting opportunities and local businesses across all sectors. I am only too happy to recommend them to other people. We have made the most of our Silver membership and used every opportunity to drive our profile and promote our service offering across the region. Irrespective of whether we are looking at project work within the construction sector or opportunities within the agricultural sector, the TSBE project staff go over and above, actively searching for and opening new doors. As a TSBE member, we have also been able to find efficiencies in our own supply chain, utilising fellow TSBE members to source local services, material and labour when required. Whether we are hiring out a transportable building or constructing a cold storage facility throughout the region, there is a good chance that TSBE have played a part in the process.”
Craig Leschke - Retracom