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District32

District32 is a brand that stands for business, community and collaboration.

  • Type:Association,State Focus
  • Local Clubs:Social Club,Business

Details

  • Established:2015
  • Industry & Politics:Business

Description

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.
 

 

A Blooming Great Cause for Cystic Fibrosis WA

“65 Roses” sounds like cystic fibrosis and this campaign helps us create awareness and make a difference for families in their fight with cystic fibrosis.

  • Type:Charity
  • Charity:Family,Fundraising,Local Community,Mental Health

Details

Description

On Friday 26 May, hundreds of volunteers and businesses across Western Australia are banding together to sell 13,500 long stemmed roses to raise much needed money to provide care to children and young adults living with CF. The proceeds will also go towards fund world class research right here in WA.

Roses for 65 Roses Day will be sold by CFWA volunteers at $5 per stem, or $50 for 12 roses.

WHAT: 65 Roses Day

WHEN: 26th May, 2017

WHERE: Perth CBD and surrounds and throughout regional WA

WHY: To raise much needed funds for CF research to help find a cure

“65 Roses” sounds like cystic fibrosis.  Our “65 Roses” story dates back to 1965, when an observant 4-year-old, hearing the name of his disease for the first time, pronounced cystic fibrosis as "65 Roses." Today, “65 Roses” helps us create awareness and make a difference for families in their fight with cystic fibrosis.

Sale of Roses on Friday 26 May 2017:

·      Murray Street Mall – Perth CBD

·      Karrinyup Shopping Centre, Karrinyup

·      Belmont Forum Shopping Centre, Belmont

·      Altone Park Shopping Centre, Beechboro

·      Waterford Plaza, Waterford

·      Westfield Innaloo, Innaloo

·      Stockland Bull Creek Shopping Centre, Bull Creek

·      Southlands Boulevarde, Willetton

·      Yanchep Central, Yanchep

·      Wanneroo Central, Wanneroo

·      Westfield Whitford City, Whitford

·      Riverton Stockland, Riverton

·      Phoenix Shopping Centre, Spearwood

·      Winthrop Village, Winthrop

·      Subiaco Train Station, Subiaco

·      Henderson Mall, Fremantle

·      Telstra Morley Galleria

·      Telstra Maddington Central

·      Telstra Warwick Grove

·      Telstra Cockburn Gateway

·      Telstra Claremont Quarter

·      Telstra Manning Arcade

·      Regional areas including Albany, Broome, Bunbury, Esperance, Geraldton, Kalgoorlie, Northam and York

You can get involved by calling Karen de Lore at Cystic Fibrosis WA on (08) 6457 7333 or alternatively, please email [email protected]

For further information or to donate visit www.cysticfibrosis.org.au/wa/65roses

Aboriginal Art Centre Hub Western Australia

The Aboriginal Art Centre Hub Western Australia supports the development and growth of WA's Aboriginal visual arts sector. We observe, comment on and shape what's happening in the industry both in WA and on a National scale.

Details

  • Arts:Visual Arts

Description

Aboriginal art centres in WA can become members of the Hub to receive services and support such as:

  • Specialised training for managers, staff, governing committees, and artists
  • Liaison and networking opportunities
  • Communication with other member art centres
  • Best practice advice
  • IT support
  • Marketing and promotion opportunities
  • Assistance with recruitment, employment contract reviews, and staff appraisals
  • Advocacy - speaking out about issues that effect our members and Aboriginal artists
  • The Aboriginal Art Centre Hub WA's services respond to the challenges facing art centres as they build the artistic and economic potential of their respective communities. We conduct regular consultation with our members to ensure our services and methods of support are highly relevant and effective.

 


The Aboriginal Art Centre Hub WA is a project of Country Arts WA and is supported by the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet - Office for the Arts under the National Arts and Crafts Industry Support (NACIS) Program. 

 

Artsedge

ArtsEdge is a strategic arts in education partnership between the Department of Culture and the Arts (DCA) and the Department of Education (DoE). Conceived as a one year pilot project in 1998 through the School Arts Visiting Organisation (SAVO) and delivered in partnership between DCA and DoE since 1999, ArtsEdge is a strategic alliance facilitating partnerships across and between the arts and cultural and education sectors.

Details

  • Arts:Performing Arts,Visual Arts

Description

Additionally, ArtsEdge is a key delivery mechanism of Creative Connections: An Arts in Education Partnership Framework.
Through facilitation between the sectors, ArtsEdge creates opportunities through partnership to encourage, develop, promote and celebrate learning environments which spark creativity in students and their school communities.

ArtsEdge supports the sectors through partnering and facilitating the development of a range of services and resources designed to recognise and promote the value and importance of arts and culture across the curriculum.

ArtsEdge encourages communication between the sectors, with the recognition and celebration of achievement in arts in education, one of the program’s most important roles.

Program Principles

Five principles guide our activities and undertakings:

Engagement
ArtsEdge fosters the value of the arts in enhancing learning in school communities, particularly in relation to participation and engagement across the curriculum.
Enjoyment
We encourage the participation of all students in high quality educational and artistic activities.
We recognise and advocate for the wide ranging educational benefits of participating and engaging in dynamic learning experiences.
We champion the personal and social benefits a variety of arts experiences brings to the lives of participants.
We consider it fundamental that the arts and cultural and education sectors have the opportunity to engage in professional learning programs which enrich knowledge, increase confidence and fuel enthusiasm to undertake further arts experiences.
Advocacy
ArtsEdge values the contributions successful partnerships between the arts and education sectors make in enhancing the learning experiences of students.
We are committed to developing and strengthening quality partnerships in and between the arts and cultural and education sectors.
We strive to promote and showcase the achievements and outcomes of partnerships involving school communities.
Accessibility
We are committed to developing, providing and promoting products though print and online services.
We consider it essential that professional learning programs are accessible to all interested parties across Western Australia.
Sustainability
We appreciate the importance of arts and cultural experiences being affordable for individual schools in a range of settings.
We support making the best use of available community resources including venues, facilities and expertise.
We believe in the value of collaborative approaches to marketing.
We aim to facilitate sustainable partnerships to further arts education development.
Key Services

Facilitating Partnerships

ArtsEdge encourages the development of exciting partnerships between the arts and cultural and education sectors. We work to enable opportunities for students, educators and artists to work together.

Professional Learning

Professional learning for Educators and Artists provides access to and information from arts and cultural practitioners, consultants and advisory services regarding planning, developing and implementing arts learning experiences.

Promotion and Resources

ArtsEdge is dedicated to visioning, developing, implementing and promoting events and projects which support, recognise, advocate and celebrate opportunities in arts in education. These include industry events, briefings, conferences, workshops via the ArtsEdge website through the What’s On calendar of arts and cultural events, and showcasing arts in education stories via the ArtsEdge E-Newsletter and Spotlight on Success web pages.

ArtsEdge print and online publications include:

Telling Tales
Artists in Schools: The ArtsEdge Guide for Artists and Teachers in Western Australia (Second Edition 2009)
Artsamazing: The ArtsEdge Guide to Arts and Cultural Education Events in Western Australia (2012 Edition)
Artist-In-Residence (AIR) Grants Program Case Study Publications (First Edition Pilot Year 1: 2009-2010)
We continue to work alongside the arts and cultural and education sectors in resource development. 

Artsource

Artsource offers a tailored art lease and art commission service.

Details

  • Arts:Visual Arts

Description

Our expert Art Consultants can assist in the development of small to large scale art projects; engaging artists across a range of mediums to create temporary or permanent artworks to enliven exterior or interior spaces. Contact Artsource to find art that suits your identity, your space and your budget.

Artsource is Western Australia’s peak representative body for visual artists, actively promoting the recognition and appreciation of visual arts both nationally and internationally for over twenty-five years. A not-for-profit organisation in operation since 1986, Artsource delivers high quality services that inspire, expand and improve the profile of over 900 member visual artists, their professional development and sustainability of the visual arts sector in Western Australia.

Artsource aims to support artists in every step of their career with services that are relevant, practical and accessible. We provide affordable studio spaces for artistic work, advice on business and commercial issues, advocacy for an environment that supports making exceptional works and ongoing professional development in metropolitan and regional WA.

In addition, Artsource provides a bank of consultancy services for public and private clients, ranging from general advice on art matters to comprehensive project management, public art policy development and community engagement consultation.

Ausdance WA

Ausdance WA is a membership organisation providing support and advocacy for all forms of dance.

Details

  • Arts:Dance

Description

Established in 1977, Ausdance WA is a membership organisation providing support and advocacy for all forms of dance. We are part of a network of Ausdance State organisations delivering integrated programs across the country, anticipating industry issues and providing innovative and inclusive responses. The national office is based in Canberra.

Support

Our membership program is here to support dancers through each step of their careers. By keeping in touch with the individuals working within our sector, we provide informed and effective advocacy for dance in Western Australia.

Inspire

Ausdance WA is a proud supporter of Healthways Act-Belong-Commit message. Our annual schedule of projects presents an array of free opportunities to get involved and make dance part of your every day life. 

Educate

We endeavor to raise the bar for dance education in Western Australia through developing a range of professional development training programs for both studio and school teachers.

Australia Institute Of Company Directors

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

Details

  • Established:1990
  • Industry & Politics:Business,Industry Assn

Description

 

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.

 

 

Black Maria Film Collective

Black Maria Film Collective (BMFC) strives to be Perth’s definitive film and artistic hub; screening films and organising networking events for Perth's film and creative community.

  • Local Clubs:Arts

Details

  • Established:2019
  • Arts:Film

Description

Black Swan State Theatre Company

Western Australia's State Flagship Theatre Company and the Resident Company at the State Theater Centre of WA!

Details

  • Arts:Performing Arts

Description

Black Swan State Theatre Company is Western Australia’s Flagship Theatre Company and one of Australia’s foremost theatre companies.

Since its inception in 1991, Black Swan has earned both critical and popular acclaim for its world premiere productions and highly distinctive (re)interpretations of international theatre classics – all of which are infused with the unique culture of Western Australia. These have included such landmark productions as Bran Nue Dae, Sistergirl, Tourmaline, Corrugation Road (winner of the prestigious The Age Critics’ Award), The Merry-Go-Round in the Sea, Cloudstreet (Perth, Sydney, London and Dublin seasons) The Odyssey and The Sapphires (Perth, Canberra, London and Korea seasons).

Under the leadership of Artistic Director Kate Cherry, Black Swan has also created the Rio Tinto Black Swan Commissions, a new commissioning program investing into WA’s creative future and showcasing Western Australian stories. The Company also runs professional development programs for emerging Western Australian artists and emerging writers.

Black Swan has been a Resident Company in the new State Theatre Centre of Western Australia since its opening in January 2011. In its first year of performing in the State Theatre Centre, Black Swan presented the world premiere of Rising Water, the first piece written by Tim Winton specifically for the stage. In the same year, Black Swan was the first Australian theatre company to broadcast a live stage performance, when Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, directed by Kate Cherry, was broadcast in real time to audiences across regional Western Australia. Since then live broadcasts to regional WA have become an annual event for Black Swan, complementing the Company’s annual regional touring and workshop programs.

Performing in its new home at the State Theatre Centre has resulted in a surge of popularity for Black Swan: In 2011 alone, over 52,000 people attended a Black Swan production at the new theatre, with many more attending a Black Swan performance at national or international venues. In 2013, Black Swan was part of the Fringe World Festival with a smash hit production of the hipster comedy The Motherf**ker with the Hat in the State Theatre Centre’s Studio Underground, followed by an extremely popular Heath Ledger Theatre season of Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest, which was seen by over 8,500 paying patrons.

Business News

Business News is Western Australia's leading general business news and information service.

Details

  • Industry & Politics:Media,Other

Description

WA Business News came to life as a fortnightly newspaper in 1993, offering WA's business people their first taste of an independently owned news format exclusively about them and for them. We were rebranded to Business News in April 2013.

Established by Harry Kleyn, the founding partner of the Community Newspaper Group, and his business partners Vanguard Press, Business News found a healthy niche as a free circulation newspaper almost exclusively circulated in the Perth CBD.

The goal for Business News today and its team in going forward is simple - our aim is to deliver a high-quality news and information service that provides insights, connection and opportunities to doing business in the nation's leading economy.

Ceda

CEDA (the Committee for Economic Development of Australia) is an independent, not-for-profit membership organisation.

  • Type:Non Government
  • Local Clubs:Special Interest

Details

  • Established:1960

Description

They identify policy issues that matter for Australia’s future and pursue solutions that deliver better economic, social and environmental outcomes for Australia.

CEDA's cross-sector membership spans every state and territory and includes more than 780 of Australia's leading businesses, community organisations, government departments and academic institutions.  

Celebrate WA

Celebrate WA is a leadership organisation that has honoured outstanding Western Australians for 41 years.

  • Local Clubs:Special Interest

Details

Description

Celebrate WA is a leadership organisation that has honoured outstanding Western Australians for 41 years.

A voluntary Board manages the Celebrate WA program. Board members have a wide range of skills that are helping to drive Celebrate WA’s vision and diverse programs and events. Board members share a deep pride in all things Western Australian and have a strong commitment to and enthusiasm for developing the Celebrate WA organisation.

In 2012, Celebrate WA undertook a major review of its activities. In response to feedback from our stakeholders, partners and the community, we have developed a new long-term strategy.

Until 2012, Celebrate WA regularly coordinated WA Week and its associated festivities, which centred around Proclamation Day. In 2012 we welcomed in a new era for our State with the significant change of ‘Foundation Day’ to ‘WA Day’. This new ‘State Day’ is inclusive for all Western Australians, recognising our Indigenous history, our early European settlers and the many people from all over the world who have made, and continue to make, Western Australia their home.


In 2013, Celebrate WA is coordinating a range of events focused on the June long weekend that kicks off on Friday 31 May and includes the WA Day public holiday on Monday 3 June.

WA Day is now the focal point for encouraging state-wide participation in a diverse range of activities and events that showcase the Western Australian spirit and our many achievements.

Chamber of Arts and Culture Western Austalia

Arts and culture plays an integral role in the lives of Western Australians and our communities. This enriching role is at times unsung and unrecognised in both its contribution and its benefits to our State. People throughout WA are actively engaged in arts and culture either through direct participation or through appreciating the vital contribution that arts and culture makes to the vibrancy, sophistication and creativity of our region.

Details

  • Arts:Music,Performing Arts,Visual Arts

Description

Engagement in, and attention to the development of arts and culture in Western Australia is essential to the future of our State and can underpin many of our aspirations for an enriched society that is economically, socially and environmentally sustainable. We also have an opportunity to be a leader in some keys arts and cultural areas driven by our strengths in these sectors. Indigenous arts and culture, music, dance, theatre are just some areas where Western Australian talent has excelled gaining international attention and admiration.

Local, State and Federal governments and the private sector must further recognise the importance of arts and culture as a key contributor to WA’s prosperity. We also have the chance to embrace a role as a leading contributor and collaborator to arts and culture in the ASPAC and global community in which we are so closely tied through our trade relationships. 

City of Perth

The City of Perth is Western Australia's local governing authority for the state's capital city.

Details

  • Government:Local

Description

Working to shape a strong capital city, the City of Perth governs East Perth, West Perth, Northbridge and the CBD on the Swan River.

The City of Perth provides a broad range of services and facilities, from entertaining events, free fitness classes, markets and library services to parks and gardens, street cleaning and public space enhancements, like cycle lanes.

More than 150,000 people use the city daily, including residents, ratepayers, business owners, workers, students, shoppers and tourists.

Visitor attractions include Elizabeth Quay, Perth Arena, WA Museum, The Swan Bell Tower, Perth Mint, the Art Gallery of WA, State Library of WA, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts and Forrest Place.

Find out more about what's on in this beautiful city at visitperthcity.com 

 

City Of Perth Council

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Description

Committee for Perth

The Committee for Perth is focused on making a positive difference to Perth’s future.

Details

  • Industry & Politics:Other,Political

Description

Our members include local, national and international organisations, who set aside commercial gain, sectoral interests and personal perspectives to come together to be a united voice on the issues facing Perth.

  • We are a member driven organisation who represent a large number of Perth and Australia’s stewardship brands.
  • We play a leadership role by focusing on issues that are critical to Perth’s future growth and development.
  • We are an independent organisation with a reputation for getting things done.
  • We offer our members the opportunity for participation and input.
  • We rely on our research to provide us with a fact-based platform.
  • We are thought leaders with a transparent agenda.
  • We have a clear vision and are committed to making it a reality.
  • We work collaboratively with an influential group of members and stakeholders.
  • We use a unique model of advocacy that takes a long-term, apolitical approach.
  • We are a think-tank committed to sharing information that will positively influence policy development for the Perth and Peel region.

Community Arts Network Western Australia

Community Arts Network Western Australia (CAN WA) is the peak body for community arts and cultural development in Western Australia. We inspire and mobilise communities to explore and express their own unique culture through art production, cultural programs, skills development and funding opportunities.

Details

  • Arts:Visual Arts

Description

Community Arts Network (CAN WA) facilitates community arts and cultural development programs for community wellbeing in Western Australia.

CAN WA does not limit itself to involvement with projects that are exclusively or typically ‘artistic’. We are interested in ventures that connect with issues outside the arts. Some of these issues include health, Indigenous self-determination and environmental awareness. We seek projects with breadth and depth, with substance and style. We are particularly focused on projects that are ‘process-driven’, where the experience of creating is as valuable as the creative product that emerges at the end. We believe that art can connect, activate and vitalize communities.

CAN WA’s member-organisations range from individual arts-practitioners to large local government agencies and cultural development organisations. We also have funding relationships with the organisations listed in Our Partners. 

COTA WA - the voice of seniors

COTA WA: The Voice of Seniors – advocating on behalf of seniors to influence local, state and federal government, business and the community;

  • Type:DGR 1 Status
  • Charity:Aged Care

Details

Description

COTA WA is an incorporated, non-profit, charitable, deductible gift recipient organisation governed by an elected Board, managed and run by professional staff, and supported by the generous contributions of many volunteers.

An independent organisation run by older people for older people, COTA WA has 4,000 individual supporters and more than 150 organisational members, themselves representing over 200,000 individuals.

We are recognised by the State and Federal Governments as the peak seniors’ organisation in Western Australia. We are members of COTA Australia, an organisation that brings together all State and Territory COTA’s. Nationally, we:

  • Assist and resource the COTA Australia National Policy Council in the key areas of policy development, information dissemination and resource development
  • Collect, interpret and disseminate information within the COTA network and to interested external individuals and organisations.

As the peak non-government seniors’ organisation in Western Australia, COTA WA is widely respected for its policy and program work. Our submissions to government have resulted in a number of significant improvements in services for seniors in recent times.

COTA WA is a uniquely inclusive organisation. Unlike mass membership organisations who lobby solely for their members, we seek to promote the interests of all older Australians, irrespective of their origin, situation or background.

COTA WA is;

  • The Voice of Seniors – advocating on behalf of seniors to influence local, state and federal government, business and the community;
  • A provider of programs and projects that benefit seniors, including the Seniors’ Housing Centre, Living Longer Living Stronger, Seniors Quality Use of Medicines and beyond maturity blues.
  • A member organisation providing benefits to individual and organisational members including the Ambassador Card, One COTA Magazine and free or reduced prices to attend our events.

Country Arts WA

Country Arts WA is the only Western Australian arts body with a purely regional focus. We are an independent, membership-based, not-for-profit supported by State and Federal Government funding

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  • Arts:Performing Arts

Description

Country Arts WA is the only Western Australian arts body with a purely regional focus. Established in 1994, we are an independent, membership-based, not-for-profit organisation supported by State and Federal Government funding. Our purpose is to celebrate and strengthen WA's powerful regional arts sector to create connected and creative communities.

Curtin Professional And Continuing Education

Curtin Professional and Continuing Education (PACE) offers learning experiences designed to help you and your organisation succeed in the changing world of work.

  • Type:Association

Details

  • Education:University

Description

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. 

History

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.

Department for Culture and the Arts

The Department of Culture and the Arts commitment is focussed on enriching lives of all Western Australians by supporting the arts and cultural sectors to provide unique and transforming experiences.

Details

  • Arts:Industry
  • Government:State

Description

With a broad canvas of responsibilities, Western Australia’s Department of Culture and the Arts supports the impetus for the creation and consumption of artistic endeavours and cultural experiences in the state.

The Culture and Arts portfolio includes the Art Gallery of WA, the Perth Theatre Trust, ScreenWest, the State Library, the State Records Office and the WA Museum, along with the Department’s policy development and funding role. Collectively, the portfolio works to achieve a vibrant, sustainable and accessible arts sector, while protecting and promoting the state’s natural, cultural and documentary collections.

The Department’s vision paints a picture of a Western Australian community enriched by unique and transforming encounters. Whether individuals choose to be creators, participants, or simply observers in artistic or cultural encounters, these interactions enhance community wellbeing, while influencing and shaping the state’s distinctive personality.

Refer to www.dca.wa.gov.au for more information.

 

Diabetes Research Foundation Of Western Australia

The DRF is dedicated to finding a cure for diabetes. We want to help people live with diabetes in an easier way and prevent complications like blindness from developing.

  • Type:DGR 1 Status

Details

Description

Our vision

The Diabetes Research Foundation of WA's (DRF) vision is to find a cure for diabetes.

Our mission

To support research into the:

causes of diabetes
complications of diabetes
cure of diabetes

We aim to support research work relating to diabetes and the prevention, control or cure of that disease; found, encourage or contribute to scholarships, fellowships or travel grants for the purpose of promoting research into diabetes and raise funds for the purpose of supporting research into diabetes

DRF has funded research projects into diabetes since 1978. Through the efforts of a dedicated team and many supporters a Centre for Diabetes Research was established in 2005. The Centre now houses over 20 researchers conducting world-class research under the direction of Professor Grant Morahan. Recent breakthroughs have the potential to change the lives of millions of people living with diabetes.

With your help we will find a cure for diabetes !!



 

Diabetes WA, Get On Track Challenge

Encouraging regular exercise and healthy eating, the Diabetes WA Get on Track Challenge has you competing against your colleagues to establish a healthy lifestyle while raising awareness for diabetes.

  • Type:Volunteer,Non Government
  • Charity:Health

Details

Description

 With benefits like improving employee health, wellbeing and morale as well as reducing your risk of diabetes and heart disease, getting your 30 minutes of physical activity and daily dose of fruit and veg will have you feeling great. You can track your progress for free online and see how you stack up against rival departments and offices around the country.

For those who do best, the first Diabetes WA ‘Challenge for Champions’ begins on 10th June with prizes and giveaways up for grabs.

Erth's Dinosaur Zoo

Meet awesome prehistoric creatures, from cute baby dinos to some of the largest carnivores and herbivores that have ever walked the planet at the wildly acclaimed Erth's Dinosaur Zoo™.

  • Type:State Focus
  • Local Clubs:Arts

Details

  • Arts:Youth

Description

Erth’s dinosaurs are unmistakably ‘alive’ and mostly friendly in this fun, educational and unique performance that will delight all audiences from ages 5 years and up.

Get up close and personal with an amazing array of creatures from bygone eras. Learn how to feed and engage with Erth’s dinosaurs in a once in a lifetime interactive experience that connects young audiences to the real science of palaeontology.

Eventscorp - Tourism Western Australia

Eventscorp, the events division of Tourism Western Australia, continues to make a significant contribution to Western Australia through event tourism each year.

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Description

Eventscorp, the events division of Tourism Western Australia, continues to make a significant contribution to Western Australia through event tourism each year.

Eventscorp's innovative thinking and benchmark setting is what sets it apart from other event agencies.

Eventscorp's areas of expertise include event management, television broadcast, marketing, research, media, government relations and venue identification.

Eventscorp achieves its goals by implementing a number of strategies which include:
identifying and attracting a diverse range of world class events to Western Australia
providing funding for both major events as well as regional events though the Regional Events Scheme
supporting and developing events from concept to successful implementation
managing and growing events, where appropriate, particularly in regional areas
leveraging tourism, business and media opportunities through events.
The appeal of world or national sporting championships and other world-class events to potential travellers and investors should not be underestimated. Events are often considered the "added reason" for a visitor's decision to travel.

The Western Australian community is proud of its past record for staging and hosting major events. In past years, Western Australia has effectively hosted blockbuster events such as the Margaret River Pro Surfing, Telstra Rally Australia, Red Bull Air Race, A Day in Pompeii Exhibition, 2011 ISAF Sailing World Championships, Australasian Safari, Ironman Western Australia Triathlon and the Hyundai Hopman Cup Tennis.

Eventscorp sets world benchmarks in organisation and professionalism. Post-event research consistently reports high satisfaction amongst stakeholders with Eventscorp's organisation, management and support before, during and after an event.

Eventscorp's future is a bright one, with 16 new events of a record total of 84 on the 2012 event calendar, staged in 58 locations around Western Australia. 

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