togetherwe are acommunity

Arc Infrastructure connects with local business

newsroom

NEWS UPDATE 07.02.2018

Arc Infrastructure connects with local business

Arc Infrastructure has returned as a corporate member of the Regional Chambers of Commerce & Industry (RCCIWA) for a third consecutive year, renewing the company’s commitment to connecting with local business in regional WA.

Arc Infrastructure connects with local business teaser

Arc Infrastructure has returned as a corporate member of the Regional Chambers of Commerce & Industry (RCCIWA) for a third consecutive year, renewing the company’s commitment to connecting with local business in regional WA.

The RCCIWA provides a voice for business in regional WA and connects regional chambers of commerce and business associations with a network that is working hard to make it easier to do business.

CEO of RCCIWA Kitty Prodonovich said Arc Infrastructure’s ongoing membership demonstrated the company’s genuine appetite to engage and its commitment to being an active part of the state-wide regional business community.

“Arc Infrastructure has been a corporate member of RCCIWA for three years, a relationship that we and our ten members directly involved truly value. A highlight of this membership has been Arc Infrastructure’s genuine drive for meaningful community engagement in all of the regional communities that they service,” Ms Prodonovich said.

Following on from the success of the Business After Hours events Arc Infrastructure hosted last year, the company will be hosting Business After Hours networking events at each of its member chamber locations in 2018.

“All of the 2017 events were incredibly successful with great attendances, but more importantly they gave the visiting and local crew from Arc Infrastructure the opportunity to meet and speak with so many different local business and community stakeholders,” Ms Prodonovich said.

“This type of true commitment to community engagement is just terrific to see and will only further enhance the relationship that Arc Infrastructure has with these business and broader communities.”

Arc Infrastructure was the first corporate member of the RCCIWA and its membership provides direct connection to 10 chambers of commerce from within the company’s operational area: Albany, Bunbury-Geographe, Collie, Esperance, Kalgoorlie-Boulder, Midwest, Moora, Narrogin, Northam and the Wheatbelt.

Arc Infrastructure hopes to build on the strong relationship it has developed with the chambers in recent years to ensure the company remains connected with regionally driven thinking and planning, and work together with regional people to respond to new and changing freight tasks. 
 
Date Location
Thursday, 22 February  Kalgoorlie-Boulder
Thursday, 22 March Narrogin
Thursday, 5 April Northam
Tuesday, 22 May Geraldton
Wednesday, 20 June Albany
Tuesday, 21 August Kellerberrin
Wednesday, 29 August Bunbury
September TBC Collie
September TBC Moora
October TBC Esperance
Thursday, 1 November Northam

Back To News Stories


connect with us

never miss a story. get the latest news in your inbox

 
Go Up