Fremantle Matters – State of the State Luncheon with the Hon. Mark McGowan MLA, Leader of the Opposition

Sometimes all we see of our leaders are door stop style events, that deliver snappy slogans. These are great for media but don’t do justice for what you need to know for your business or industry. So Fremantle Chamber is committed to getting you access to the substance and detail behind the slogans.

So far in 2016, our State of the State Luncheons have seen State Government Ministers speaking about major projects impacting the Fremantle region (Freight Link and the sale of Fremantle Port). So before WA well and truly moves into election mode, the Chamber is pleased to welcome the Hon Mark McGowan MLA, Leader of the Opposition to speak to the business community on Friday 21st October about plans a WA Labor State Government has for the Fremantle region.

Fremantle is a great place to live and visit. It is also a major hub for Western Australia’s trade, tourism, engineering and marine industries and still has significant opportunities for development. The policies of any future State Government are going to have a major impact on economic viability and lifestyle. In the last few days alone, positioning of political sides has escalated with some prominent infrastructure challenges laid bare.

Our State of the State lunch with the Hon Mark McGowan MLA is more than a chance to hear more from the Leader of the Opposition, it is about your future.

I look forward to seeing you at the Esplanade Hotel Fremantle – by Rydges on Friday 21 October.

Tickets are available for purchase through the Chamber’s website by clicking here or for more information email Zoe Saunders at membership@fremantlechamber.com.au

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