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Stirling Community Profile – What does it mean for your business?

4 October 2017 | 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Join City of Stirling and Stirling Business Association and learn more about the diverse Stirling community profile and what this could mean for your business. Discover new opportunities and interesting insights as Matthew Nichol, Principal Economist at REMPLAN, presents the City’s 2016 Census results. You will also hear from Sarah as she introduces City of Stirling’s Kaleidoscope Initiative and shares the different tools and information available to local business owners, followed by a short case study from the founders of Covocate to conclude the session. This free event is ideal for new or future business owners seeking further information and invaluable insights about operating and attracting clients and customers within the Stirling region.


4pm – Arrival and networking (drinks and light refreshments provided)

4:30pm – Speakers

Matthew Nichol, Principal Economist at REMPLAN – Insights into the Stirling region. This data and information can assist you to understand your ideal customer base and the local workforce as well as inform investment decisions.

Sarah Janali, Team Leader Community Services at City of Stirling – Introducing the Kaleidoscope Initiative. Businesses are invited to join a network of empowered partners who have access to tools, information, training and professional development services to enable them to reap the benefits of workplace diversity.

Darren Harlock and Leslie Delaforce, Founders of Covocate – Hear from Westpac Business of Tomorrow 2017 winner as they share their story and give an overview of how Covocate uses innovative technology to improve and streamline recruitment for businesses and candidates.

The afternoon will conclude with a Q&A session.

We look forward to seeing you there.





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4 October 2017
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm


Stirling Business Centre
45 Delawney St
Balcatta, WA 6021 Australia
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