Queensland Business Centre

Considering relocating or investing in Queensland, Australia?

Queensland Business Centre (QBC) provides a “one-stop” shop service for both corporates and individuals regarding relocation and investment in Queensland, one of Australia’s fastest-growing states.

Drawing upon our established network of governmental organizations and experts, we can satisfy all your requirements, including visa information, residential property and investment opportunities for businesses and real estate in Australia.

Please contact QBC for more information on this unique service.

Case Studies:

  • Supporting study abroad and residencial property investment.
  • Sourcing investment opportunities in agriculture sector.
  • Sourcing food and beverage products for import purpose.
  • Supporting a major residential property builder to extend its business to the Gold Coast
  • Supporting investments for housing land development at the Gold Coast
  • Purchasing childcare centres in the Gold Coast and Brisbane

Case Study 1: Global Sky’s Qld childcare centres

Global Sky Group has expanded into Queensland’s childcare sector as part of its focus on generating liveable communities. Not only Global Sky Group owns/operates the multiple centers as one of the property investment/management but also the government-approved centres offer top-quality childcare and aim to facilitate knowledge-sharing between Japan and Queensland.

Robina Town Child Care Centre (www.robinachildcare.com.au)

Located at 39 Thorngate Dve, Robina, the Robina Town Child Care Centre operates 6.30am to 6pm, Monday-Friday for children aged up to 5 years. Global Sky’s first childcare investment, the Robina centre provides a stimulating educational environment for nurturing children.

Southport Child Care Centre (www.southportchildcare.com.au)

Southport Child Care Centre at 190-200 Scarborough St, Southport, is Global Sky’s second childcare investment in Queensland. It provides quality care for children from six weeks old to prep ages. Tie-ups with Japanese childcare centres and workers are planned as well as Japanese lessons at the centre, to expand intercultural ties.

Both childcare centres have been renovated to improve the level of comfort and facilities for the children and staff.

Case Study 2: Sirromet Wines tastes success in Japan

Sirromet Wines

Founded by Queensland entrepreneur Terry Morris, Sirromet Wines has been recognised as a 5-star winery by James Halliday and has collected over 800 prestigious national and international wine awards since opening in 2000. Sirromet attributes the flavour and quality of its wines to the exceptional fruit grown in its Granite Belt vineyards in Queensland, Australia, where it has 100 hectares under vine.

QBC supported Sirromet’s entry into the Japanese market with the following services:

  1. Analysis of the Japanese market:QBC‘s bilingual research team provided precise market analysis, competitor research and other valuable information.
  2. Distribution: QBC assisted Sirromet’s search for Japanese business partners and provided advice on sales channels.
  3. Outcome: Success for Sirromet: By organising wine tastings and other activities to verify the analysis and distribution research, QBC determined there was strong market potential for Sirromet Wines in Japan.

QBC’s research and consulting resulted in a reorganisation of the sales structure of Winetree, the original importer of Sirromet Wines. Winetree has fulfilled its function as a wholesaler, mail-order, event organiser and promoter, helping establish a foothold for Sirromet to expand into Japan, the world’s ninth-largest wine market.

Winetree continues to expand its operations, including seeking additional investments in Australia/New Zealand wineries and organising luxury winery weddings. The company is focused on providing safe, secure and high quality Australian wines, not only from Queensland but from across Australia.

Please contact QBC or Winetree if you require further information, including on identifying Japanese business partners.