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Values, Principles & Approach

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Values, Principles & Approach

Natural Resources: Natural resources includes the land, flora, fauna, soils, water, minerals, oil, gas, waterways, fisheries, coastal areas, and Isaac’s knowledge about these things. These resources are integral to Isaac’s economic growth and underpin priority industries, in particular agriculture, energy, mining and tourism.
People: People have a two-fold impact on the economy – they are the consumers of goods and services and are the workforce that supplies labour and knowledge. For our economy to grow, we must increase our population and find ways to engage the future workforce. Helping people reskill, upskill and reinvent their jobs will be essential.
Capital: Capital refers to different types of funding for businesses to invest in required technology, education, plant and equipment that support future growth. Capital also includes investment in the infrastructure that helps the economy function – road, rail, air transport, pipelines, poles and wires, energy, water, buildings and telecommunications networks.
Connectivity: Better connectivity is critical to ongoing economic growth to strengthen our supply chains to improve the movement of people, goods and information, as well as connect with people who may exchange information, buy our products and services, or help us build relationships and partnerships to develop and reach markets.
Enterprise and Innovation: Enterprise and innovation occurs when entrepreneurs, university and governments strive to improve the products and services they deliver. Innovative structures and management strategies can help unlock the latent economic potential of our economy.
Liveability: A constant focus on improving liveability is important to promote Isaac as an attractive place to live, work, study, visit, research and raise families. Unless we can convince other people of this, we will find it difficult to sustain a workforce that can support business growth and grow our population. A small population limits the range of choices available to Isaac residents and affects the cost of living and the cost of doing business.

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