Ambitious entrepreneurs and sensible policies could make WA the world’s pre-eminent location for data analytics, remote operations and high-tech industries.
Almost one in 10 people aged 24 to 30 have left WA in the past five years, signalling more must be done to create a culture of opportunity.
As rapid technological change disrupts the economy, WA must ensure women share the benefits.
How do we prepare the next generation for the jobs of the future?
In 1911 there was consensus among legislators that the state’s first University should provide tertiary education of a practical nature to help develop Western Australia's pioneering economy.
Western Australian small and medium businesses are responding to the opportunities in Asian markets to export the state’s intellectual property, experience, talent and services.
The Breast Cancer Research Centre WA has the busiest breast cancer clinical trials unit in Australia, having conducted over 80 international, national and local breast cancer trials involving over 1000 WA patients since 2000.
The 2019 StartupWA Ecosystem Report noted substantial growth in the WA start-up scene over recent years, increasing from only a handful of start-ups a decade ago, to more than 130 today.