Paul NortonStrut DanceSmall business
In 2014-15, small businesses contributed $39.7bn to the WA economy. To further strengthen this sector, the City of Perth has created a framework of business grants and sponsorships to support companies making their move to the city.
Robert TaylorWAITOCTOURISM & HOSPITALITY
There has never been a more exciting time for tourism in Perth, with unprecedented investment in tourist attractions like Perth Arena, Yagan Square, Elizabeth Quay and the new Perth Stadium.
Brandon D’SilvaVirtual GuestTECHNOLOGY &
With a well-educated, multi-cultural and multi-lingual workforce, Perth is home to a rapidly developing start-up and innovation sector.
Nick BayesGeneral Manager, The Brand AgencyCREATIVE
With its laid-back but vibrant lifestyle, and a sense of uniqueness, the Perth's creative industries thrive on both a national and international level.
Professor Peter LeedmanDirector, Harry Perkins Institute of Medical ResearchMEDICAL
Medical research and technological innovation are thriving in the City of Perth, with the city home to the largest medical centre in the southern hemisphere.
Philip PayneExecutive Director, StudyPerthEDUCATION
International education is WA's second largest services industry, with more than 60,000 international students choosing Perth as their home away from home.
Miranda TaylorCEO, National Energy Resources AustraliaRESOURCES & ENERGY
Eight of the world’s 14 largest energy companies call Perth home. As the only Australian city to be a member of the World Energy Cities Partnership, Perth is fast becoming a leading global energy city.
Alix RhodesWA Deputy Executive Director, Property Council of AustraliaProperty
Perth has transformed through significant government and private investment. With many more projects about to be delivered, Perth is set to strengthen its position as one of the world’s most liveable cities.