RCCIWA Stakeholder Engagement February
Working together is a dedicated services with a focus to provide information, support and advice to business owners and operators in the Goldfields, South West, East Kimberley, Midwest and Great Southern Regions to attract, recruit and retain young Aboriginal Employees. Working in collaboration with their local Aboriginal Workforce Development Centres, Working Together aims to expand work opportunities for young local Aboriginal people by talking with and educating local businesses. It is about delivering local jobs for local people.
RCCIWA are preparing their submission to contribute to the Regional Air Fares Inquiry that the Economic and Industry Standing Committee are currently conducting. Submissions are due by July 28th and we encourage all of our members to contribute a submission as this is a crucial issue for so many regional business communities.
RCCIWA are privileged to be holding the first of its biannual meetings at Parliament House in June to discuss issues of priority for regional business communities and ways we can work together to deliver positive change and genuine opportunities for economic growth and development in regional Western Australia.
Nearly every Regional City or Town has a local Business Excellence Awards that is either hosted by their Chamber of Commerce of Business Association or their Small Business Local provider. The awards are invaluable to each business community as not only do they reward and recognise the businesses themselves, they really bring the whole community together, and allow the businesses to reflect on their growth and successes.