Attend our Capability Statement workshop if you want your business to stand out from the crowd and improve your chance of securing contracts. Hosted by the Queensland Government, this interactive workshop aims to help businesses develop and prepare effective capability statements.

What is a capability statement?

A capability statement outlines capabilities and skills of your business. It is a tool that allows procurement teams assess its expertise, achievements and potential to deliver goods and services.  A capability statement is essential for participating and securing tendering opportunities in government and private sector projects, including sub-contractor work.   Ultimately, an impressive capability statement can help your business thrive.  This workshop will show businesses how to use a capability statement to market their product or service and how it can be used to accompany tender submissions for contracts, upload onto online databases and used to support applications for finance to expand your business.

How will this workshop help my business?

Workshops are interactive and will help participants learn:

  • why it’s important to have a capability statement
  • how to use a capability statement to market a product or service
  • how to use a capability statement to accompany contract tender submissions
  • best-practice fundamentals for developing and drafting a powerful capability statement
  • how to access the latest information on Queensland’s major projects
  • how to improve your understanding of the major projects supply chain.

Event details:

23 September 2016


Kingaroy Enterprise Centre, Cornish Street, Kingaroy

$50 (incl. GST) Light lunch provided

Book your ticket here:* (Pre-payment is required and a tax invoice will be issued as confirmation of booking and payment.) 


For more information contact:

Simon Parnell

Wide Bay Burnett Regional Office

07 4331 5609


Sharyn Garret

Economic Development Officer

07 4189 9173



*DSD collects registration information, including personal details, related to attendance at business seminars run by the department. The information will not be disclosed to any third parties, unless authorised or required by law. Workshops may be cancelled if registration levels are not met. You will be notified of alternatives available to you.