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Perth Stadium on track for goals

Perth Stadium chief executive Mike McKenna expects to attract a crowd of 50,000 for its first football game, featuring the AFLW Fremantle Dockers, he told a Business News Success & Leadership breakfast this morning.

Top chefs gather for foodie fest

Farmers, cooks, producers and consumers will join one of Australia’s top chefs Ben Shewry this Sunday for a series of workshops, panel discussions and talks as part of Perth’s inaugural Food and Drink Symposium. 

Festival honours Fremantle’s past

Visitors to Fremantle will take a step back in time as the city kicks off its annual heritage festival today. 

Opportunity to leverage local games talent

The contribution made by women to WA’s games industry was on show at a high-profile event in Sydney last week. 

40under40 2016 Category Winners

This article profiles five 40under40 winners who also won awards as the best in their respective categories.

40under40 2016 winners - non finalists

Daniel Ashton Gravity Group – Boost Mobeel Perth Owner, director DANIEL Ashton says he has always been entrepreneurial.

40under40: Oh building cultural bridges

Esther Oh wants to deepen Australia’s economic relationship with our nearest neighbours.

40under40: Fair Game plays out van Bockxmeer vision

John van Bockxmeer has been named a 40under40 finalist for his commitment to creating healthier WA communities. He has also been recognised with the Inspiring Possibilities award. 

40under40: Janssen’s hospitality dynasty down south

Anthony Janssen has had a relatively short but eventful business career, with some stumbles on his way to building the successful Margaret River Hospitality Group.

40under40: Lewis turns experience into action

Jade Lewis’s program to help female offenders gain employment, overcome stigma and resist temptation is now being expanded into a social enterprise.

Blackburne builds apartment empire

Creating an apartments juggernaut has been all about good timing and sticking to a strategy for the head of the 2016 40under40 cohort.

Chaney at odds with RBA on investment

Wesfarmers chairman Michael Chaney has disagreed with Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Glenn Stevens’ view that big companies have not reduced hurdle rates for investment decisions amid falling interest rates, in an address at this morning’s Business News Success & Leadership breakfast.

Report tips 50% gas demand boost

The Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association has seized on findings in the recently released International Energy Agency’s world energy outlook that natural gas consumption will increase by almost 50 per cent by 2040.

PCEC forecasts increased revenue

A host of “hero” events, attracted in part by the development of new hotels and Elizabeth Quay, is set to drive significantly increased revenue into the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre, with flow-on effects for the wider economy.

Glove maker gives industry a handy lift

A passion to improve productivity, as well as keep people safe, has proved to be a formidable force for a local manufacturer.

Seqta shines among Rising Stars

Educational software provider SEQTA has capped a remarkable year of growth, being named the Business News Rising Stars award winner for 2015.

New century must be won over without a fight: Geldof

The world is on the cusp of generational change in terms of leadership and technology, but must avoid the dangers of past such transitions, which resulted in dramatic wars and huge misery, Sir Bob

Dowell drives Cultural Connection

Kia Dowell’s company aims to get businesses working together by way of traditional Aboriginal teaching principles.

Rescue mission on Haywood’s watch

Personal experience is the driving force behind Kelly Haywood’s determined efforts to motivate and inspire others to help prevent suicide.

Quirk connects business talent

Matching the right talent with the right business culture is all in a day’s work for Kelly Quirk.

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