Local business secures first contract on Halifax business upgrade project There will soon be many extra eyes watching over Halifax and Davenport in Bunbury to improve security through a State Government-funded project that aims to make the areas more attractive places to conduct business. Local Halifax based business BTS has won a contract to install
The Bunbury Geographe Chamber of Commerce and Industry has recently completed a CEO recruitment exercise and is pleased to announce that local businessman Mark Seaward has been appointed to this key role. Mark has most recently been working out of Perth in a management role with ISA Technologies and was previously General Manager, South West
The Mayor, councillors, executive and staff of the City of Bunbury are to be congratulated on supporting the CBD Activation proposal identified through a community engagement process initiated and facilitated by the city.
The Jiaxing Business Office is planning a trip to China in 2018 and is asking if you want to be a part of it.
In the first instance, expressions of interest are being sought from businesses and those seeking cultural links.
The next stage will see the group of potential visitors sit down together and work out the best time to go to connect with events.
MEDIA STATEMENT Hon. Alannah MacTiernan MLC Nick Belyea appointed Chairperson of the South West Development Commission board New deputy chairperson Jennie Franceschi also welcomed Regional Development Minister Alannah MacTiernan today announced the appointments of Nick Belyea and Jennie Franceschi to the top positions of the South West Development Commission board. Mr Belyea is the new
The recent parking debate has highlighted that CBD’s here and elsewhere are in transition and locally we have seen an increase in lettable properties, repurposing with an increase in office space, and a decline in Retail Strip shops that correlates with an expansion of suburban retail centres and most critically the expansion of online retailing.
Through jobactive, and a new program called Youth Jobs PaTH, businesses can trial a young person, through an internship, to see if they are the right fit for the business.
Bunbury Geographe Chamber congratulates incoming Premier Mark McGowan and his local WA Labor team in Don Punch, Mick Murray and Robyn Clarke.
A payroll tax break could create nearly 900 jobs for Western Australian workers, according to independent research from the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Western Australia (CCI).
CCI-commissioned research has found that lifting the threshold from its current level of $850,000 to $950,000 could directly create 278 jobs and indirectly create 602 jobs. The findings estimated the total economic benefit to the state would be approximately $283 million.