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Arc’s show of support for regional businesses


NEWS UPDATE 28.07.2020

Arc’s show of support for regional businesses

Arc has continued to show strong support for regional businesses by renewing its RCCIWA corporate membership.

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Now entering its sixth year, Arc Infrastructure’s corporate membership with the Regional Chamber of Commerce and Industry of WA (RCCIWA) continues to provide strong support to the state-wide regional body at this critical time, as well as direct support to the ten local regional business organisations that operate within Arc’s network footprint.

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.

Arc’s partnership includes direct membership with the Albany CCI, Bunbury-Geographe CCI, Collie CCI, Esperance CCI, Kalgoorlie-Boulder CCI, Midwest CCI, Moora CCI, Narrogin CCI, Northam CCI and the Wheatbelt Business Network.

The membership provides opportunities for local Arc Infrastructure teams to connect and engage with their local business community, and is a strong show of support and genuine commitment to all regional business communities.

Regional CCIWA CEO Kitty Prodonovich said Arc’s continued support had come at a critical time.

“In this current COVID-impacted environment where there is economic uncertainty and a great deal of worried businesses in regional WA, it’s very important to have the continued support of Arc Infrastructure. Your ongoing commitment to our members and to regional business communities is incredibly valued.

“Right now, our members are the local business organisation that everyone is turning to. They are providing information, support, advice and true assistance to their local business community. They are needed more than ever and it is a very difficult and stressful time.

"The economic impacts are widespread and it is our members who are doing everything they can to help their local businesses survive and adapt and it will be those same organisations who will play a vital role when we enter recovery,” Kitty said.

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