Community & Business

25 May, 2022

Inclusivity good for business

LOCAL businesses, clubs and organisations are being invited to one of several events next week to launch the Making Business Better Toolkit and Every Body Welcome Here campaign.

Inclusivity good for business - feature photo

“Being inclusive is good for business and this toolkit and campaign were developed with the community to help our community,” TRC Cr Peter Hodge said. The Making Business Better Toolkit will provide tips and hints, and guide others to becoming more inclusive. “Businesses and organisations that are implementing inclusive practices can display the ‘Every Body Welcome Here’ stickers, posters and social media tiles, which are part of the toolkit.” 

The toolkit will be available from TRC’s website next month and will be launched across the region prior to its general release to the public. 

The launch events are as follows: 

  • Atherton – 2pm-2.30pm on Friday 3 June at Silo Central

  • Herberton – 10am-10.30am Tuesday 31 May at Herberton Mining Museum

  • Kairi – 4pm-4:30pm Monday 30 May at Kairi Hotel

  • Malanda - 12noon-12.30pm Monday 30 May at Malanda Spar

  • Millaa Millaa -10am-10.30am Monday 30 May at the library

  • Mount Garnet – 2pm-2.30pm Tuesday 31 May at the information centre

  • Ravenshoe – 12noon-12.30pm Tuesday 31 May at Ravenshoe Bakery

  • Tolga – 10am-10.30am Friday 3 June at Spring Bean and Tolga Newsagency

  • Yungaburra – 2pm-2.30pm Monday 30 May at Artistree Gallery.


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