Western Australia's most accurate and comprehensive business listing. Inside you will find details on more than 3,200 companies and nearly 9,000 business executives and business owners. Whether you are looking for a new business opportunity, partnerships or contracts, the Book of Lists is the ultimate for business intelligence containing information on more than 56 industries and categories. Businesses are ranked providing you with the ability to see who the leading players are in each industry, including their contact details.
The Giving Well Guide is aimed at connecting not-for-profit and charitable organisations with the Western Australian business community.
The Giving Well Guide succinctly presents the most significant particulars for not-for-profit and charitable organisations including mission, giving, volunteering, fundraising opportunities and details of board members.
With many not-for-profit and charitable organisations competing for the attention of corporate sponsorship and investment, it is essential to maintain a high profile with clear, concise information regarding activities and goals available at the fingertips of decision makers in Western Australia.
Business News and HBF have come together to bring you Well@Work an inspiring and motivating guide to corporate health.
The Well@Work Guide is a comprehensive handbook that identifies trends and highlights information to educate the corporate market in health and wellness.
The Rising Stars Awards is about acknowledging, encouraging and rewarding outstanding efforts.
Each year, ten winning companies are publically recognised at an awards evening and in a special Business News editorial feature. The top ten represent Western Australia's fastest rising business talent.
These awards provide an occasion for sponsors and partners to gain insights into the private sector as well as foster contacts and relationships facilitating the growth of business
Sponsoring an event is not just about displaying your brand to an audience. The programme format offers sponsors continuous and persistent exposure over the course of the year through event collateral and communications.
In addition to the opportunity of meeting the energetic nominees and winners face to face (all of whom have growing needs for new business networks), sponsors have the opportunity to nominate a representative as an awards judge. These representatives can engage with other judges, who are themselves senior business leaders and decision makers.
By promoting local iconic businesses, sponsors have the chance to support industry in WA and position their organisation as a proactive corporate citizen.
If you are interested in becoming a partner of these highly innovative programmes, contact us today and we will explore how an alignment can come to fruition.
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Business News delivers your message direct to your key business market. With more WA-focused business news writers and columnists than any other media, Business News has developed a strong readership among the state's decision makers.
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Cherie joined Business News in January 2013 and produces the majority of the video content featured on the Business News website, including the Daily Wrap. She also covers the Community and Arts section of the newspaper and is currently completing the final stages of her Bachelor of Arts at Curtin University. email@example.com
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