How To Kick Start Your Local (Baysie) Economy
Senator Dean Smith - Liberal Senator for WA + Deputy Government Whip in the Senate.
Minister David Kelly - MLA for Bassendean + Minister for Innovation and ICT, and Science.
Jim Wyatt - Strategic lead at Innovation Central Perth, Curtin University
Alina Racu - Engineer + App Designer
Wednesday 26 July, Bayswater Hotel
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Strategic lead at Innovation Central Perth, located at Curtin University in Bentley.
Smart Cities Begin with Smart People; how do we foster the digital hub that brings business together for the next generation economy"
Engineer + App Designer
Bayswater local job creation. The LocalTribe.io app is built to develop and promote an urban vision of cities with greater technology and more capability.
It's a revolutionary system meant to change the way we live, that allows us to build smarter cities, Local Tribe's goal is to help cities improve their economies by allowing them to manage their unused commercial spaces more effectively. The spaces will be matched to meet the needs of business and the local economy, or anyone looking to rent the space based on their own personal needs."
Following the presentations, there will be a workshop providing opportunities for you to -
- offer your story and how these concepts will help your business or local economy
- tell us what you need to make these concepts happen
- collaborate to create a new digital community
- share ideas to get these concepts created just right for you.
Seats ARE limited.
In collaboration with other subscriber lists, this is a Perth-wide event.
Wednesday 26 July
Meet The Speakers
Jim works with Governments, industry and communities across WA, to help improve social and economic amenity through the exploitation of digital technologies and practices.He has worked in both the public and private sectors over the past three decades, promoting digital and technology driven outcomes across three different States and the national arena.
He has over 20 years as an Economic Development practitioner with a focus on ICT, telecommunications and digital.
Jim is a key contributor in driving the Australian digital economy agenda. He is regularly asked to provide advice on strategic ways in which to exploit digital, to achieve economic and social transformation.
He is a trusted advisor on the transformation of Smart Communities and innovative industry practices based on integration of digital technologies and the online world.
Jim holds qualifications in workplace training and assessment, Direct Marketing and telecommunications network design and operations. He is a graduate of the Public Sector Management Program and the Australian Company Directors Course.
He is the Deputy Chair of the national Industry Reference Committee, advising on ICT and Digital VET qualifications and skills development.
Engineer + App Designer
Alina is both an engineer and a creative.
Alongside her creativity, she is a practical person who enjoys getting tasks done.
Alina is passionate about creating communities.
She came across the Future Bayswater purely by chance and got hooked due to the mutual passion for building smart and inspiring communities where we can stay and live for the long term.
Defining the scope of a project and the value it can bring a community, Alina finds she can happily fit in almost any engineering sector.One of the benefits of being a consultant is the opportunity to switch between fields. Dealing in facts and figures is important, but it’s the relationships with clients and with each other that determines success.
Alina has worked for various companies in Perth and Europe, including Tracey Brunstrom &Hammond, Health Information Network and WaterCorp.
Seats ARE limited.
Wednesday 26 July, Bayswater HOTEL, 7.00pm Start.
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Future Bayswater: Future Vision
What is wanted? A livable, vibrant and connected Town Centre.
Why? To become a "go-to" destination rather than a "go through" in desperation.
How to do this? By supporting a comprehensive Future Vision via an Activity Centre Plan.
Why Bayswater? It's a strategic inner urban hub that hasn't realised its full potential ... yet.