City taps into smart way to connect with app for business community


Brendan Wright, from CommunitytoGo, Wanneroo Mayor Tracey Roberts and Vesna Sampson from the Wanneroo Business Association.
Picture: Martin Kennealey        www.communitypix.com.au   d454525
Brendan Wright, from CommunitytoGo, Wanneroo Mayor Tracey Roberts and Vesna Sampson from the Wanneroo Business Association. Picture: Martin Kennealey        www.communitypix.com.au d454525

THE City of Wanneroo is one of the first local councils in the state to develop a free smartphone app tailored to connect with its business community.

The Biz@Wanneroo app aims to provide the local business community, partners and stakeholders with timely and relevant information on business news and events.

Mayor Tracey Roberts said the app put the City at the forefront of embracing mobile technology to bring its local business community together.

“This free app is convenient and simple to use and allows for the City to communicate with all businesses, from sole traders to large companies, tradespeople and mobile operators,” she said.

“The information we send is direct and instantaneous, so business owners can stay up to date with current relevant news, events and opportunities in the area, whether they are on the go, working from home or based in an office.”

The app was developed with a northern suburbs ICT solutions company, CommunityToGo.

Download on Android and Apple for free by searching for Biz@Wanneroo.