Published on : Friday, May 20, 2016
Public input is welcomed on the #ShredTheRed campaign, which involves 90 days of analysis on opening bottlenecks to expedite business development and job creation.
Restaurant start-ups were the first target for #ShredTheRed. The evaluation identified 14 ‘pain points’ to be reformed and resulted in a streamlined guide to help new restaurant owners.
The $1.6 million initiative now has its sights set on ecotourism, which will undergo the 90-day analysis – led by the Department of Finance’s Economic Reform Unit – with the aim of uncovering fast and practical reform recommendations.
Public input can be provided via the Department of Finance website.
Alongside ecotourism, other new focus areas for #ShredTheRed are aquaculture and building approvals (residential and commercial).
Source:- Western Australia Tourism