Digital Economy Strategy on public exhibition

30 October 2013

AlburyCity and City of Wodonga are exhibiting a draft strategy that could increase the border economy by $571M per year.

Both councils have endorsed the public exhibition of the Draft Digital Economy Strategy, which aims to equip border residents and businesses with the skills and capabilities to embrace the emergence of online and digital technology. AlburyCity and City of Wodonga are now inviting public comment on the plan.

Reports presented to each council indicate that the delivery of a robust Digital Economy Strategy can increase the gross value of the region’s economy by up to 20%. 

The Draft Digital Economy Strategy outlines 30 recommendations and a five-year timetable of initiatives aimed at building the skills and capabilities businesses and residents need to embrace the digital economy.

View the Draft Digital Economy Strategy here

Join us for a presentation of the Draft Digital Economy Strategy
 
Albury Digital Economy Strategy Presentation:
Date:
Thursday 14 November 2013
Time: 12:00pm-1:00pm
Location: Albury LibraryMuseum, Meeting Room 2, 540 Kiewa St, Albury
RSVP: Catherine Cunningham (02) 6023 8214

Wodonga Digital Economy Strategy Presentation:
Date:
Thursday 14 November 2013
Time: 5:30pm-6:30pm
Location: City of Wodonga, The Committee Room, Level 2, 104 Hovell Street, Wodonga
RSVP: Julie Fenech (02) 6022 9296