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District32 is a brand that stands for business, community and collaboration.
- Type:Association,State Focus
- Local Clubs:Social Club,Business
- Industry & Politics:Business
District32 exists to support, promote and provide opportunities for small businesses in Perth.
Through a cooperative system they work together to provide the necessary training, exposure and promotional tools for small business.
AIM WA is a private not-for-profit organisation committed to the development and performance improvement of its Personal and Corporate Members across the commercial, government, community sector.
- Type:Association,Non Government
The Australian Institute of Management in Western Australia (AIM WA) aspires to be an international leader in shaping management, leadership and organisational excellence in Australia and our region.
AIM WA+UWA Business School Executive Education combines the best of both Worlds – the intellectual power of one of the world’s top 100 universities with the expertise of WA's leading training provider
AIM WA+UWA Business School Executive Education lives the values of partnership it espouses: from its origins as a joint venture between two pre-eminent education and training organisations through to its operational relationships with client organisations.
The Australian Institute of Company Directors is committed to strengthening society through world-class governance.
- Type:Association,Non Government,National Focus
- Local Clubs:Special Interest
- Industry & Politics:Business,Industry Assn
AICD aims to be the independent and trusted voice of governance, building the capability of a community of leaders for the benefit of society.
This institute holds a membership of more than 43,000 includes directors and senior leaders from business, government and the not-for-profit sectors.
The Australian British Chamber of Commerce is a leading organisation created to facilitate the development of business relationships among companies operating in Australia.
- Type:Association,International Focus
Our key objectives are:
- To promote, foster and further trade, investment, commerce and industry between Australia and the United Kingdom
- To lead and promote discussion and debate on significant issues affecting business and public affairs or national and international interest and importance
- To facilitate business networking opportunities for both our members and the business community in general by providing quality functions, events and meetings
The Chamber was founded in 1910, the same year as Australia sent the first High Commissioner of the new nation to the United Kingdom. In over a century since then, the Chamber has established a strong reputation as a body that facilitates business development through a range of networking activities primarily the organisation of events such as corporate lunches, private boardroom functions, and more relaxed cultural and cocktail evenings.
The Chamber has developed to further support bilateral trade by providing opportunities for business people to be informed by and exposed to the ideas of successful leaders. Business relationships are developed at a personal level and the Chamber provides support for this process. These opportunities have complemented the growth and role of the Department for International Trade, Austrade and various Australian State government agencies as well as groups including Scottish Development International.
Trade between Australia and the UK is highly significant to both countries. Two-way trade currently stands at more than $29.1 billion, making this Australia’s fifth largest trading relationship. The UK is the second largest source of total foreign investment in Australia: total investment is valued at $515.5 billion. As of 2016, total Australian investment in the UK was $350.5 billion – making the UK Australia’s second most important foreign investment destination.*
Approximately 1,500 Australian companies are active in the UK, with a large number using the UK as a base for continental Europe. A considerable number of these companies are associated with the Chamber and find its services significant in assisting the development of their business relations in this country. These companies and their executives are valued members and partners of the Chamber, actively involved within its network of influential individuals and organisations.
The Chamber is an independently constituted organisation operating in all states. It has a strong relationship with the United Kingdom through the British High Commissioner and the British Consul-Generals. This provides access to key officials both directly and through Department for International Trade.
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- +61 430 112 595
Curtin Professional and Continuing Education (PACE) offers learning experiences designed to help you and your organisation succeed in the changing world of work.
Curtin Professional and Continuing Education (PACE) offers learning experiences designed to help you and your organisation succeed in the changing world of work. We help professionals broaden their skills to lead people and projects, and deepen their expertise to drive value from new insights and opportunities.
The Federation gothic building at 137 St Georges Terrace is one of Perth’s most recognisable old buildings. In 2018, Curtin University transformed the building into a modern learning space where Curtin will provide new learning experiences including compact masterclasses, bespoke training programs and postgraduate offerings from across all our Faculties.
Find the hobby you’ve been searching for by trying one of our workshops in arts, crafts and well-being.
- Arts:Visual Arts
At House of Hobby we're passionate about providing gorgeous creative workshops for you and your girlfriends. We offer small 2-3 hour workshops (which always feature champagne) Perfect for bridal showers, baby showers, hens or just a ladies day out.
Living Proud has been providing support, information and resources to the Western Australian gay, lesbian, bisexual, trans* and intersex community for over 40 years.
- Local Clubs:LGBTI
Formerly Gay & Lesbian Community Services of WA Inc, Living Proud are the longest running organisation of their kind in the Southern Hemisphere.
As WA’s main LGBTI community service our focus is on providing essential services to the gay, lesbian, bisexual, trans* and intersex communities, including our peer counseling phone line, health and wellbeing initiatives and community capacity building. We also offer a number of training options for professionals including the Opening Closets Mental Health training and other half and full-day workplace training in order to improve accessibility for LGBTI people. We also have a successful history of running funded projects, often in partnership with other community groups.
The Melville Theatre Company was founded in 1982 and presents community productions of plays and musicals.
- Local Clubs:Arts,Music
- Type:Club,Volunteer,Association,Local Focus
- Arts:Local Clubs,Music,Performing Arts
The Melville Theatre Company was the brainchild of the late David J. Burton who, in 1982, called a meeting for interested people in the community to form a theatre company in the Melville area.
As a result of this meeting the Melville Theatre Company was born. The newly formed company’s first production was the farce, Not Now Darling. With its second production, The Sound of Music, the young company won the Finley Award for the Best Production of the Year in Community Theatre. Since then, actors and directors have consistently featured in the list of awards at the annual State Drama Festival. In recent times, Melville has taken home three more Finley awards for Best Play; one for our 2010 production of The Return, in 2013 for Rabbit Hole and the 2014 production of Twelve Angry Men.
Initially our seasons were performed in the Melville Civic Centre, but since 1987, our venue has been the Roy Edinger Centre, on the corner of Stock Road and Canning Highway, Palmyra. For many years we shared this venue with a multitude of other users, which created difficulties for all parties, however, in 1998 we were granted sole management by the City of Melville and have thus been able to create a real theatre within the centre, including raked seating, carpeting and a new lighting and sound system.
Parents and Families of Lesbians and Gays. A non for profit organisation whose members have a common goal to keep families together by providing support and information to families of all gay people.
- Type:National Focus,Volunteer,Association
- Charity:Education & Training,Family,Local Community
- Local Clubs:LGBTI
PFLAG are the parents and friends of gay and lesbian people who are apart of our community, united by the common bond. Someone they love and care for is lesbian or gay.
Gay persons in many communities are affected by discrimination in their pursuit for happiness and in striving to live their lives with openess and dignity.
Homosexuals are not the only ones touched by this discrimination, but also affecting their friends and families. This organisation is about achieving the same rights and opportunities for gay people, to bring understanding and acceptance of diversity to the community.
From the sports field to the boardroom and everywhere in between, the McGrath Foundation wants you to ‘Pull On Your Socks’ to help us support families experiencing breast cancer.
- Charity:Sport & Recreation
- Type:Association,Non Government
- Sports:Football,Netball,Other,Rugby,Soccer,Local Clubs
The Pull On Your Socks initiative encourages all types of sporting clubs to turn a game day pink during the season and wear the McGrath Foundation’s Pink Socks as well as hosting a fundraising event.
With a different, limited edition collectable sock each year, every dollar raised will help the McGrath Foundation fund McGrath Breast Care Nurses in communities’ right across Australia and increase breast awareness in young people.
“Whether you’re into athletics, tennis, netball, hockey, basketball, football, AFL, union or league; don our McGrath Foundation Pink Socks and host a fundraising event to become part of one giant team having fun while helping ensure more families can access our amazing McGrath Breast Care Nurses,” said McGrath Foundation Ambassador & Director, Tracy Bevan.
Australian sporting heroes including Lleyton Hewitt, Ellyse Perry, Wendell Sailor, Billy Slater and Jamie Dwyer, to name a few, have come together from all codes and are asking clubs and teams across Australia to #pullonyoursocks and show their support for the McGrath Foundation.
With 43 people diagnosed with breast cancer each day, the McGrath Foundation is encouraging communities across the country to follow the lead of these famous sports stars by purchasing their team socks as well as hosting a fundraising event to help support families experiencing breast cancer.
"Last year we had over 200 Pull On Your Socks events across Australia and this year we anticipate even more codes stepping up and getting their clubs involved within local communities,” said Tracy.
Put your best foot forward this winter and purchase your collectable pair of McGrath Foundation pink socks. To find out how you can get involved and make a difference, please visit www.mcgrathfoundation.com.au.
Socks are available from www.mcgrathfoundation.com.au/shoppink at $15 per pair or $12 per pair + postage for orders over 20 pairs. So remember to wear and share on social media using the #PullOnYourSocks.
Since 2005 the McGrath Foundation has placed 110 McGrath Breast Care Nurses across Australia who have supported over 44,000 families. This vital service is provided free of charge and available through self-referral.
#SMPerth is the premier networking event for Perth digital marketers social media users.
- Industry & Politics:Media
Join the team at St John today - many exceptional individuals, one great community.
- Type:Association,Non Government
The team spirit and camaraderie that runs through our organisation is one of the most wonderful benefits of working at St John.
There’s a deep understanding and knowledge across our organisation that to deliver our first aid and ambulance services throughout our State, everyone has an important role to play.
It’s the special St John team spirit and culture that has been created by our people, proud to be part of something truly worthwhile, where every person in our team has an understanding that each and every one of us is part of the whole and we are stronger together.
If this sounds good to you, get in touch today to find out more about our volunteer and career opportunities!
UDIA is the peak membership organisation representing all aspects of the property development industry in Western Australia.
We are the leading voice on property development in WA and work collaboratively with government and other industry bodies to represent our members and achieve a policy environment that enables the world’s best practice in property development in our state.
UDIA promotes excellence and innovation in the creation of sustainable communities. We educate stakeholders about the value of city and town creation.
Our work is based on quality research and knowledge, the institute addresses a range of policy issues and produces expert market commentary and information.
Our members operate in metropolitan and regional areas and work in all aspects of urban development including land, built form and infrastructure across residential, commercial and mixed uses.
Semi-professional theatre company run at The University of Western Australia, established in 1917.
- Local Clubs:Music
- Arts:Comedy,Performing Arts
UDS is a student-run semi-professional theatre company based at the University of Western Australia, and affiliated with the UWA Student Guild. Running for nearly 100 years, UDS has a long history but an interest in producing work that is exciting and relevant today. Open to students and others alike, we encourage new work, including plays written by members, as well as contemporary and historical theatre. UDS works mostly in the Dolphin Theatre at UWA.
All productions are run entirely by members, and UDS is a great breeding ground for young actors, directors, producers, technicians and so on, while being accessible to those just wanting to have some fun.
UDS is a great opportunity for those interested in theatre, both at UWA and outside of it.
WSBA is a not-for-profit, member-driven organisation that connects and represents business people across the western suburbs of Perth and beyond.
- Industry & Politics:Business
Wines of Western Australia provides support to producers and Regional Associations in the development of their region.
- Local Clubs:Food & Wine
- Industry & Politics:Industry Assn
The mandate of Wines of WA, as defined in the WA Wine Industry Strategic Review 2014-24, is to provide support to WA wine producers and their Regional Associations in the development of their region through:
Ensuring that government and its relevant agencies understand the position of WA wine producers on key issues.
Securing resources and funding to build strengths across the value chain.
Developing strong relationships with relevant government agencies, synergistic industries and other groups for the benefit of WA wine producers.
Enhancing the reputation of the WA wine industry in all markets.
Management of projects that benefit WA wine producers.
Support for Regional Associations in providing services for their members.
Ensuring that WA wine producers receive accurate and timely information that is relevant to their business.
Ensuring that accurate and timely information about the WA wine industry is available to government and its relevant agencies, synergistic industries and the community.
WITWA is a Perth based, not for profit organisation providing a framework for women and men in Technology to extend their network and expand their knowledge on a broad range of professional topics.
- Industry & Politics:Business
Our members - both women and men - encourage youth and women to choose technology-based careers. Our main agenda is to persuade young people of both sexes to consider technology as a stimulating and viable profession and support them in that pursuit. Additionally, we want to raise the status of women in Australian business and in the technology industries.
World Diabetes Day is an annual event held worldwide on 14th November every year. Light up your front porch or workplace with a blue light to show your support for the 371 million people living with diabetes.
Thursday 14 November celebrates World Diabetes Day (WDD); an annual campaign, held on the same date every year and led by the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) and its member associations. It engages millions of people worldwide in diabetes advocacy and awareness. The theme for this year's WDD is Diabetes Education and Prevention. For more information about the IDF's international campaign, click here, and for merchandise available through the IDF website, click here.
At a local level, you can show your support for your family and friends living with diabetes by lighting your front porch with a blue light on 14 November. (If you don't already have a blue light globe, they are widely available from all good light retailers, and are generally inexpensive). Diabetes WA will be showcasing your efforts to turn Perth blue on their social media pages, so please email your photos to [email protected]
It is critical that the impact diabetes has on the Western Australian community is continually highlighted, and initiatives such as lighting up buildings or your own home are simple but effective ways of drawing attention to diabetes and the fact that tens of thousands of people live with type 1 and type 2 diabetes every day.
Diabetes is our nation’s fastest growing chronic disease and unless action is taken now, it is expected to overtake heart disease and cancer to become the largest cause of disability and premature death in Australia.
Some good news is that type 2 diabetes can be prevented through positive lifestyle changes. In fact, the risk of developing type 2 diabetes can be reduced by up to 60% by maintaining a healthy weight, being physically active and following a healthy eating plan.
Diabetes is a condition that cannot be ignored, but sadly, there are many people within our community that have diabetes without knowing it.
In fact, it is estimated that for every diagnosed case of type 2 diabetes, there is another that goes undiagnosed and untreated. Diagnosis and appropriate management is paramount: research has shown that if people with diabetes can manage their diabetes well, the risks of complications are greatly reduced and may be either prevented or significantly delayed.
- 9221 1411
Wungening's mission is to heal Aboriginal people's mind body and spirit.
- Charity:Aboriginal,Drugs & Alcohol,Health,Mental Health