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Subscriber News - 27 March 2017

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This month's Subscriber News features; Cancer Council WA, Konica Minolta, 3 Pillars Asia Pacific, Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company, Trainwest, Autism Association of Western Australia and Gourmania.


13 Year Subscriber 

Cancer Council Western Australia 


At Cancer Council Western Australia, we work with the community to reduce the incidence and impact of cancer. We do this through advocacy, research, education and providing people affected by cancer with support. Our vision is a cancer-free future. 

This year, Cancer Council WA will be offering opportunities for corporate teams to volunteer at our cancer accommodation lodges and events - there are many ways to get involved to help us get closer to a cancer-free future! To find out more contact corporaterelations@cancerwa.asn.au 

13 Year Subscriber




Gourmet Chef Foods (Gourmania) was first established in 1986 as a manufacturer in the specialised food industry. Gourmania has operations in Australia (Perth) and Asia (Bangkok) and has been proudly servicing the Asia- Pacific and Middle Eastern Regions for close to thirty (30) years now. 

Gourmania produces a wide variety of products, with our supplies sourced both locally within Australia and also globally. 

12 Year Subscriber


3 Pillars Asia Pacific 


After years of providing services to Defence and other industries, Perth-based management consultants 3Pillars Asia Pacific have developed an initiative to make it easier for local industry to become Defence-ready. While WA industry has much to offer Defence, end customers don’t know the depth of local capabilities and local SMEs find it difficult to navigate the pathways to Defence projects. DIRA (Defence Industry Readiness Australia) was developed to bridge this gap. For details, visit www.dira. com.au. 

3Pillars Asia Pacific is a Perth-based consulting business that combines expertise in people capability, process improvement and performance measurement. Since 2008, 3Pillars has delivered results across a range of industries. For details, visit www.3pap.com.au

3 Year Subscriber


Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company 


Book a group to mark history in the 50 year anniversary of the 1967 referendum. Conversations With The Dead recreates the tragedy of Jack, a young Koori, whose mission requires him to be an investigator on the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody. Featuring live music by Wayne Freer. 

Yirra Yaakin (Yir-raarh Yaarh-kin) which means ‘Stand Tall’ in Noongar language, is one of Australia’s leading Aboriginal performing arts organisations producing award-winning, world-class theatre that is exciting, entertaining, educational, authentic and culturally appropriate. 

Book at Ticketek.com.au or Phone 13 28 49 

1 Year Subscriber




Women of the West – The Leadership Experience. 

Trainwest vision is to support the increased representation of women in business and community leadership roles through education. Our new leadership program will excite, motivate and inspire women to realise their full potential both in the workplace and their personal life. Designed by women for women - each session includes: guest speaker, masterclass and creative learning activity. The experience is a 12-month program aligned to a BSB51915 Diploma of Leadership and Management. Call 1300 938411 or contact admin@trainwest.com.au for more information. 

1 Year Subscriber

 Konica Minolta 


With increasing digitisation and changing customer needs; efficiency, productivity and superior service is more important than ever. Konica Minolta can help organisations achieve this by streamlining managed print, digitising business processes and inspiring innovation through 3D print. 

Konica Minolta is a market leading provider of Managed Print Services, Enterprise Content Management and 3D Print with the power to transform business environments. For more information: www.konicaminolta.com.au

1 Year Subscriber

Autism Association of Western Australia 


This year the Autism Association of WA is celebrating 50 years of supporting people with Autism and their families. We currently assist over 4,000 people of all ages through our wide range of services from early childhood through to support for adults. In addition, we have the only Autism specialist employment service in Australia and are a registered NDIS provider. If you are an employer who wants to benefit from the skills and reliability of employees with Autism, contact us www.autism.org.au. 


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