The latest news, events and insights from Western Australia.

Season’s Greetings from London
Mike Deeks by Mike Deeks,

As the year draws to a close, it is appropriate that we take stock of our achievements during this most challenging of times, acknowledge our many friends, family and colleagues who have assisted us on our journey, and then turn our gaze forward to the coming year ahead.

I have been delighted in the way our office adapted so readily to the changed circumstances that commenced in mid-March.  We made an almost uninterrupted transition to working from home and, apart from the string of events that were cancelled or turned into virtual events, business continued unabated.  I trust that those of you who […]

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WA Leading the way in hydrogen

Kim Moss by Kim Moss,

The Government of Western Australia has brought together major industry representatives from Australia and Germany, in an inaugural roundtable event to discuss hydrogen collaboration and partnership opportunities.

In Focus: Chris Evans, CEO and Founder of Quipmo

Kim Moss by Kim Moss,

Chris Evans, of peer-to-peer equipment sharing platform, Quipmo, has gone from strength to strength with his business despite impacts on travel caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. We spoke to Chris to find out more about what he has been busy with and what’s next.

Bringing a Western Australian perspective to European Hydrogen Week

Joe Doleschal-Ridnell by Joe Doleschal-Ridnell,

With Europe pressing ahead in its ambitions of being a global leader in green hydrogen use and technology, it was with great pride that Western Australia was invited to participate in an international panel on global co-operation.

On an upward trend: data science in WA

Kim Moss by Kim Moss,

A new report prepared by the Western Australia Data Science Innovation Hub (WADSIH), KPMG ,and Faethm, indicates that at least 3,000 data science roles will be needed in the field over the next decade, in addition to the already available workforce of an estimated 32,000.

Western Australia’s material role in Europe’s green new deal

Joe Doleschal-Ridnell by Joe Doleschal-Ridnell,

As Europe gears up for a greater uptake of electric vehicles, its attention is on the ability to source the critical components of the car’s battery in a diverse and sustainable way.

Apple-lauding Farmers this National Agriculture Day!

Kim Moss by Kim Moss,

National Agriculture Day is on 20 November this year and will highlight not only the great innovation of the sector but the extraordinary efforts of Australian farmers who, during COVID-19, have continued to grow the food and fibre that the nation depends on.

Government of WA’s Virtual Trade Mission for London Tech Week

Charlotta Kemp by Charlotta Kemp,

With the global pandemic preventing face-to-face meetings and travel, the Government of Western Australia partnered with Anglo-Australian tech firm Newfound to lead a virtual trade mission to the UK over 15-17 September.

London Calling – WA startups and scaleups listen up

Charlotta Kemp by Charlotta Kemp,

Despite the global pandemic, London is getting ready to once again turn into the hottest innovation hub on the planet to unite tech, talent and enablers.

WA Day: Celebrate our Wonderful State

Mike Deeks by Mike Deeks,

Take a moment to reflect on the wonderful achievements of our great State. We have come a long way in our short history and are the envy of many other jurisdictions.

ANZAC Day 2020: Taking time to reflect

Mike Deeks by Mike Deeks,

As the dawn breaks on Anzac Day 2020 we recognise that things are a little different this year.

Happy Easter from a locked down London

Mike Deeks by Mike Deeks,

As we enter the third week of lockdown in London we have reflected on our time working from home and adjusting to the New Normal.

Divine Wines and Good Times at Australia House

Charlotta Kemp by Charlotta Kemp,

Despite the rain, the Londoners poured into Australia House for our annual WA Wine Tasting which seems to grow attendees each year.