City of Wanneroo Job Summit attracts nation’s best decision makers to Mindarie Marina

Christian Porter MP (Attorney General), Craig Laundy (Federal Minister for Small and Family Business, the Workplace and Deregulation) and Tracey Roberts (Mayor, City of Wanneroo). Pictures: Bruce Hunt d483541
Christian Porter MP (Attorney General), Craig Laundy (Federal Minister for Small and Family Business, the Workplace and Deregulation) and Tracey Roberts (Mayor, City of Wanneroo). Pictures: Bruce Hunt d483541

SOME of Australia’s best decision makers met at Mindarie Marina this month to define a clear vision for job growth in City of Wanneroo.

The Job Summit attracted 150 forward thinkers from government, education and industry to discuss how to create sustainable employment opportunities to support the City’s current economic state and rapidly growing region.

Chris Waddell and Sonny Spaseski.
Alison Hamilton, Ann-Marie Docherty and Donna Wignall.

Opened by Mayor Tracey Roberts, the summit focused on unemployment rates, education levels and workforce trends within the City.

Katie Russell and Nick Stawarz.

City chief executive Daniel Simms said by harnessing the knowledge at the summit, Wanneroo could identify current and future transformational opportunities.

Jo Hutchins, Nat Sangalli (Deputy Mayor) and Sue Dash.
Kim Charles and Mark South.

“This Jobs Summit is all about realising the opportunities and challenges which define the City’s unique point of difference that will attract developers, investors and entrepreneurs to build and work in the City,” he said.

“By optimising land use and analysing the potential for job opportunities in upcoming infrastructure development, we can look to reach our 100,000 jobs target while creating vibrant, prosperous and progressive communities.”

Roy Oldfield, Michael Beebe and Graham Perkins.
Toyah McCarthy and Callum Prior.

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