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Attila Csaszar

Attila joined Business News in 2013 and covers all the publication's photography and multimedia needs.
He has more than 10 years’ management and multimedia development experience in digital media in Hungary, and dedicates his free time to photo series that go beyond day-to-day photojournalism. Attila's primary interest has always been portraiture and documentary photography.

Catie Low

Catie started her journalism career at Business News before broadening her experience with a stint as the commercial property editor for The West Australian. During this period she also covered the retail, technology and healthcare sectors, before shifting into the role of fashion editor for two years.
Catie then took a break from reporting to have a family, and returned as a regular contributor to Business News in early 2016.

Dan Wilkie

Dan Wilkie is chief of staff for the Business News editorial team, overseeing the news and feature pages of the print publication. His main reporting round is property, including areas such as building and construction, architecture and residential real estate. He also follows hospitality and tourism. Dan is a graduate of Curtin University. 

Fraser Beattie

Fraser Beattie joined Business News in May 2014 and covers all of the latest mergers and acquisitions, contracts and deals, state politics and resources news online. Fraser graduated from Edith Cowan University in 2012 with a bachelor of communications degree, and majored in Journalism and broadcasting. He had a stint at a local radio station in Park City, Utah, in 2013, where he covered the latest trends in music in the US.

Kate Raynes-Goldie

Kate Raynes-Goldie is the founder of Games We Play, a boutique game consultancy based in Fremantle, Western Australia, focused on helping you do what you do better through the power of games and play. She is a former director of Games and Interactive at FTI and an adjunct research fellow at Curtin University. She is an occasional columnist for Business News covering innovation, disruptive technology, VR/AR/MR and the games industry for Western Australia's business community.

Katie McDonald

Katie McDonald covers the community and arts, food business and science stories for Business News. Completing a bachelor of commerce at the University of Western Australia in 2015, she majored in marketing and english studies. After a brief stint as a recruitment consultant, Katie is the most recent addition to the Business News editorial team. 

Marcus Holmes

Marcus Holmes is the editor and co-founder of Startup News (http://startupnews.com.au) and is a facilitator or organiser of several startup events in Perth. As a freelance developer he has been involved in the Perth startup scene since 2011, having worked in tech SMEs since 1995. As part of his contributions to the industry, he has been involved in the organisation of events such as Startup Weekend Perth, Perth Web Girls, and Perth Startup School.

Mark Beyer

As news editor, Mark oversees the day-to-day online news at Business News. His particular brief is following major deals, the professions and private/family businesses. Mark has 35 years' career experience, primarily in business journalism. Before becoming a journalist, he was an economist with the Commonwealth Treasury in Canberra. He has worked for The Australian Financial Review and The West Australian, and also has public relations and corporate affairs experience. 

Mark Pownall

Apart from being CEO, Mark is regular opinion writer at Business News. His background is in editorial, having run the editorial and research team for the better part of 17 years. Mark has more than 25 years' experience in newspapers and online media in Perth and London. He has a bachelor of commerce degree from UWA and a graduate diploma in English from Curtin University. In addition to writing, Mark has shared radio segments on business with some of WA's leading on-air broadcasters. For those who want to listen to Mark, try out the BN weekly podcast.

Matt Mckenzie

Matt Mckenzie joined Business News in June 2014 and reports on resources, infrastructure, agribusiness, small business and economics. He completed bachelor of arts and bachelor of economics degrees at the University of Western Australia, majoring in political science and international relations, economics, and money and banking. He was formerly president of the UWA Student Guild and has worked at a leading financial services company.

Nicholas Clarke

Nic is the content researcher at Business News. He handles the research of new lists for BNiQ, as well as collecting and compiling corporate finance and directors' interest data. Nic is also responsible for the appointments section, and is usually the primary contact for those wanting to have their organisation added to the website and database. He joined Business News in 2015 after studying journalism, humanities and science at the University of Western Australia.

Peter Kennedy

Peter writes the Political Perspective column. He started in full-time journalism at The West Australian in 1970 and covered politics in Sydney and Canberra for The Sydney Morning Herald from 1977-84. He was press secretary to deputy premier Mal Bryce in the mid-80s, and joined the ABC in 1990, presenting both the Morning and Drive programs on 720 6WF, and then was state political reporter for ABC TV News for 11 years. Peter graduated from the University of WA with a bachelor of arts (economics) and a diploma of education.

Tim Treadgold

Perth commentator Tim Treadgold is one of the state's highest-profile business journalists. He brings decades of experience to Business News, offering readers sharp and insightful analysis of current events and breaking news.