Workplaces and businesses are trending towards online activities, and as a result workplaces and cities will become more geographically distributed across the country and across the globe.
This brings with it a great opportunity for smaller local economies to take advantage of the portability of emerging industries and emerging businesses.
Using local cost of living and quality of living data and indicators, we aim to provide startups with the data needed to plan the ideal location for the physical resources of their online startups. By providing this data, we aim to draw these new and geographically portable businesses to areas that provide the ideal environment for developing a startup business.
We have used 3 data sets:
- We have used Labor Market Information Portal data to identify trends in employment and industry by region.
- We have used ATO - Taxation Statistics to identify region based earning statistics.
- We have used New Business Assistance with NEIS data to identify regions with high success rates of NEIS enterprises
Evidence of Work
New Business Assistance with NEIS data
Description of Use: We have used this data to identify regions with high success rates of NEIS enterprises
ATO - Taxation Statistics
Description of Use: Used to identify region based earning statistics
Labor Market Information Portal
Description of Use: We have used this data to identify trends in employment and industry by region.
Australia’s Future Employment
Helping a social impact ‘start up’ (small organisation) to tell their story
ATO for individuals
🌟 Small Business; Big Decisions
Most Tasmanian Commercial Benefit
Most Outstanding Tasmanian Benefit
Open challenge benefits to the greater Launceston community
Helping Start-ups and New Small Businesses in Australia