Productivity: Empowering and enabling our labour force and businesses to become highly productive. This will be achieved through technological advancement, quality plant and equipment, and capacity building through education and training to match skills with jobs.
Investment: Providing an environment that encourages government funding and private sector investment in facilities, infrastructure and services necessary to support business growth and increased output.
Innovation: Enabling businesses to combine knowledge, technology, land, capital and labour to make a profit. Innovation requires vision, planning, investment, decision making, efficiency and calculated risk to achieve a successful outcome.
People: People and their enthusiasm, passion, skills and expertise are the driving force behind business success. As a region we need to empower, encourage and develop our people so they can deliver successful outcomes.
Sitting under these themes are sixteen economic development priorities and accompanying actions ready for implementation.