A forum held in Cannes, France, last month of key decision-makers in the television and audio-visual content industry could help Perth company Storyteller Media Group access the new billion dollar ‘mobisode’ market.
New country-of-origin food labelling laws agreed to by the Australian and New Zealand Food Regulation Ministerial Council are welcome news but don’t go far enough, according to Agriculture Minister Kim Chance.
Losing the family home, accruing debts of $400,000 and being forced to bin 10,000 copies of a software program may, in retrospect, have been the best thing that ever happened to Perth businessman Glen Smyth.
They've done it again. Perth business partners Sid Grewal and Murray Kimber, creators of popular Indian restaurants Chutney Mary’s in Subiaco and Nine Mary’s in the city, will open another two dining establishments before the end of the year.
Perth-based optical marketer, C @ (pronounced ‘see at’) has announced a new capital raising and float, set to challenge what the business labels the “marketing tactics of the entrenched national brand optometry stores”.
Tourism icon The Fremantle Markets could receive a makeover if a proposal before the site’s owner, City of Fremantle, to provide the current lessee with a new 21-year lease worth at least $1 million gets the go ahead.
Perth's business community could not help but smile at former Saatchi and Saatchi executive creative director Michael Newman’s opening comments to a WA Business News branding awards lunch last week about “the law of simplicity”.
Advantagewa, an award-winning program aimed at bridging the gap between university and the business world, has earned its creator, Tracey Hodgkins, the 2005 Telstra WA Business Woman of the Year award.
The State Government’s role in regional Western Australia was recognised in Perth this week when two of the year’s StateWest Achievement Awards were won by public sector employees working in fields that service predominantly regional areas.
The Australian Tourism Exchange 2005, the largest international trade show in the Southern Hemisphere, held in Perth in June, was touted as the most important event in the history of the state’s tourism industry.
A group of Perth’s young professionals felt so strongly about proposals made in a review of the State’s Liquor Licensing Act, they decided to have their say by making a submission signed by 87 endorsees from around the city.