Future of the Goldfields to be discussed at November’s What’s Down the Track Forum.
Industry leaders, business owners and local government will discuss the future of the Goldfields post COVID-19 at the What’s Down the Track Forum in November.
Hosted by the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the annual event aims to provide a 12-month forecast of projects planned for the Goldfields.
Industry leaders from a range of sectors will meet at the forum.
KBCCI chief executive Simone de Been said now more than ever, it was important for businesses to hear some good news.
“Although we have been through a really tough time this year, there are still many positive things happening and some fantastic projects coming up and a lot of local work for our businesses to be involved in,” she said.
“There is hope, and I think the Goldfields has a very exciting future ahead.
“We are a lot luckier than a lot of other places around Australia and around the world.”
Ms de Been said the conference would be a valuable experience for all local businesses.
“It gives you an insight into what is happening in the next 12 months, what projects are coming on-line, what tenders will be out and how businesses can be involved in up-and-coming projects,” she said.
“It gives businesses confidence to invest into the future, plan expansions and renovations on businesses and purchase new equipment.
“It is such a valuable networking event with many business leaders being in one room at one time.”
Businesses and organisations can apply to sponsor the event, with three gold sponsorships and one platinum sponsorship remaining. The event will be on November 19 at the Central Regional TAFE Convention Centre on Cheetham Street.
Contact Melanie Wood on 9021 2466 or at email@example.com for more information.
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