Website to launch soon showcasing WA investment-ready projects

CCIWA, in partnership with Invest and Trade Western Australia will launch a dedicated website to showcase investment opportunities in the State.

The dedicated website will showcase a range of investment-ready projects in WA, across a range of industry sectors to drive investment attraction to the State, grow the economy and create jobs.

A recent CCIWA Business Confidence Survey showed a significant number of WA businesses are actively seeking foreign investment. Investment in WA is approximately $46 billion. There is a tremendous opportunity to increase the level of investment across WA’s core industry sectors and emerging and innovative diversified greenfield and brownfield investment.

This new initiative will complement the existing trade promotion and investment attraction activity already undertaken by the State Government’s Invest and Trade Western Australia. Under the partnership, CCIWA’s International Trade and Investment Centre (ITIC) will develop, implement and maintain the digital platform.

The website will feature curated commercial investments from a minimum of $10 million with a particular focus on investments in the sectors: primary industries, Mining, energy, mining and technology services (METS), tourism, creative industries, health medical life sciences, defence industries and space industries. The platform will be an important tool in the State’s investment attraction efforts and will assist to showcase the types of investment projects and the investment potential in Western Australia.

To find out more about showcasing your investment project please contact Michael Carter, Head of CCIWA’s International Trade and Investment Centre, via [email protected]

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