The City of Logan is home to more than 21,000 businesses and is proud to support the Think Local, Buy Logan campaign focusing on different ways the community can buy locally, investing back into Logan’s economy.
There are plenty of ways to shop local in the City of Logan, including buying local products and ingredients, using local services and trade, dining at local eateries, visiting local attractions and buying online from local sites.
Money spent in Logan is more likely to be reinvested into the local economy and that is why it is important to share these messages and encourage your consumers to think local before buying anywhere else.
Think Local, Buy Logan Toolkit
Downloadable resources are available to help small businesses promote the Buy Logan initiative, to encourage customers to buy local and support their community.
- A3 poster - Digital (PDF 821 KB) | Print (PDF 1586 KB)
- A5 flyer - Digital (PDF 1084 KB) | Print (PDF 1392 KB)
- Email Signature Block 600x150px (JPG 30 KB)
- Five Ways Banner 650x178px (JPG 42 KB)
Become a Buy Logan Champion
If you would like to promote your business as a Buy Logan Champion, and receive branded images for use on your social media pages, please contact Logan Office of Economic Development.
Business Queensland Go Local, Grow Local Campaign
The 'Go Local, Grow Local' initiative aims to help Queensland businesses promote their products and services, and encourages Queenslanders to support small businesses in their community by shopping locally. Visit the Business Queensland website for more information and to access resources for your business.
Logan City Council - Engaging Local Suppliers
Logan City Council introduced a new e-Procurement process in July 2016, designed to boost the local economy and drive business to local suppliers.
VendorPanel Marketplace will be used by Council employees when there is no preferred or pre-qualified supplier arrangement in place and where the intended expenditure is below $220,000 (inclusive of GST). At the heart of this solution, Logan City Council is trying to make it easier to engage with local suppliers and the open market, giving small to medium enterprises better access to Council opportunities and increase governance and transparency in the quotation process.
This new e-Procurement system is an opportunity for businesses in the open market to have their goods and services seen by Council, it’s free for suppliers to register and is easy to use.
Suppliers can register by visiting the VendorPanel Marketplace website and following the simple 5 step process.
For more information on the VendorPanel Marketplace system please contact the Logan City Council Corporate Procurement Program on 07 3412 5676 or the VendorPanel support team on 03 9095 6181.
Loganjobs.com.au - helping local businesses find local staff
Loganjobs.com.au is a free jobs site and resource hub, connecting local employers to local jobseekers in the City of Logan.
The site features available jobs in the City of Logan and immediate surrounds across a wide range of sectors, and across all suburbs. It lets Logan-based employers list vacant positions for free, with jobseekers able to search the site or follow job listings on Facebook to see new jobs as they’re advertised—or have alerts delivered directly to their inbox.
The website aims to make things easier for employers in the city to source skills and talent in the community and reap the benefits of employing local, including lower turnover costs, higher reliability and simplifying the recruitment process.
Phone: +61 7 3412 4888
Logan Office of Economic Development
150 Wembley Road
Logan Central QLD 4114