How has your place developed its own economic future?
Regional economic development is not the preserve of any single, actor organisation or institution. It is a collaborative endeavour or co-responsibility necessitating the input of myriad different actors. Regional economic development is informed by factors specific to particular places such as locational attributes, demographic profile, industrial structure, cultural characteristics and innovative capacities.
The SEGRA National Steering Committee is seeking papers from regions about how they have developed their own economic opportunities for growth.
- supporting business;
- collaboration /networking;
- lobbying and promotion;
- strategies and plans;
- business case development; and
- attracting investment
The SEGRA Conference, Australia’s premier regional conference, will be held in Barooga NSW 20-22 August 2019. To find out more please visit the call for papers page.
To submit a paper, please click here.