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Economic Prosperity
Perth - a well-connected, global city
Marion Fulker, CEO, discusses the major findings of the latest FACTBase Bulletin which identifies the global connections of firms across Australia's major cities, with a specific focus on Perth's global connectivity.
Media Release
PDF | 369.94 KB
June 2018
Economic Prosperity
FACTBase Bulletin 60 - Perth's Global Connectivity
This FACTBase Bulletin concentrates on identifying the global connections of firms across Australia's major cities, with a specific focus on Perth's global connectivity.
FACTBase Bulletin
PDF | 2.43 MB
June 2018
Economic Prosperity
FACTBase Bulletin 60 - Snapshot
This Bulletin has been prepared as part of the Committee for Perth's Bigger & Better Beyond the Boom project. The Bulletin concentrates on identifrying the global connections of firms accross Australia's major cities, with a specific focus on Perth's global connectivity.
FACTBase Bulletin
PDF | 325.06 KB
June 2018
Economic Prosperity
Bright lights industries diversifying our local economy
While it might only employ 15,378 people or 1.81% of Perth’s total population, the arts and recreation services industry has grown by more than 26% over the past seven years, making it an important part of Greater Perth’s economy.
Media Release
PDF | 366.82 KB
May 2018
Economic Prosperity
FACTBase Bulletin 59 - Greater Perth's Economic Base: A Comparative Assessment
This FACTBase Bulletin analyses the economic base of Greater Perth by Statistical Area Level 2 (SA2) and compares it to other major cities around Australia. It updates and expands on the analysis presented in FACTBase Bulletin 9 (Tonts, 2010) and draws on Australian Bureau of Statistics data for the Working Population.
FACTBase Bulletin
PDF | 2.22 MB
May 2018
Economic Prosperity
FACTBase Bulletin 59 - Snapshot
This Bulletin has been prepared as part of the Committee for Perth's Bigger & Better Beyond the Boom project. The Bulletin analyses the economic base of Greater Perth at a local level and compares it to other major cities around Australia.
FACTBase Bulletin
PDF | 330.95 KB
May 2018
Bigger & Better Beyond the Boom
FACTBase Special Report - Kwinana as a catalyst for economic development
This FACTBase Special Report is a key input into the Bigger & Better Beyond the Boom project. It examines the development of the Kwinana Industrial Area, including an overview of its early origins, industry ecosystem and economic contribution.
FACTBase Special Report
PDF | 3.37 MB
April 2018
Bigger & Better Beyond the Boom
KIA shows that government can drive the economy
In 1952, the Western Australian government signed a State Agreement that created the Kwinana Industrial Area (KIA), the state’s premier industrial area. Sixty-six years later, the KIA is made up of 231 businesses, employs approximately 5,600 people and injects $15.77 billion a year into the local economy. The latest FACTBase Special Report produced by the Committee for Perth’s Bigger and Better Beyond the Boom project, found that while it faces some challenges, the KIA is a critical precinct, home to a number of our highest earning industries and is of vital importance to the future economic well-being of the state.
Media Release
PDF | 478.86 KB
April 2018
Bigger & Better Beyond the Boom
FACTBase Special Report Snapshot - Kwinana as a catalyst for economic development
This FACTBase Special Report has been prepared as part of the Committee for Perth's Bigger and Better Beyond the Boom project. This Special Report examines the evolution of the Kwinana Industrial Area catalysed by a State Agreement in the 1950's. Today it contributes $15.77b per annum to the WA economy and is home to a rage of symbiotic industries.
FACTBase Special Report
PDF | 748.12 KB
April 2018
Diversity
FACTBase Bulletin 58 - Gender in the Boardroom: Learnings from World Leader Norway
This Bulletin has been prepared by international expert, Professor Morten Huse, as a contribution to the Committee for Perth's ongoing gender equality advocacy as part of the Filling the Pool project. It explores Norway's experience of implementing a quota to increase the number of women on boards.
FACTBase Bulletin
PDF | 1.06 MB
March 2018