From the first sighting of white men by the local Whadjuk Aboriginals to our Port City and now our incredible creative industries, Fremantle has some significant cultural, heritage
From the first sighting of white men by the local Whadjuk Aboriginals to our Port City and now our incredible creative industries, Fremantle has some significant cultural, heritage and creative assets. For many of our local businesses these assets form the base of their business – especially when we think of our Tourism operators, our hospitality venues, our galleries, our festivals and our architects and designers.
Join Chamber CEO Danicia Quinlan and our expert panel to explore on a not often talked about part of business. How does place and culture affect the way we do business, and how do we appropriately, and effectively, integrate these local assets into our businesses?
Kathryn Taylor – Manager Arts & Culture City of Fremantle
Anna Kanaris – Director Artitja Fine Gallery
Pippa Hurst – Founder Design.Freo
Sponsored by the City of Fremantle’s Building Business Capacity program
Image Credit: Varga Murphy
(Wednesday) 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Fremantle Chamber of Commerce
16 Phillimore Street
Fremantle Chamber of Commerce16 Phillimore StreetSuite 7
Virtual Event Details
If you have been instructed to do so please RSVP here to secure your place at this event here.
RSVP Tickets only and to be added to the Guest List for this event.
Please let us know if you can make it to the event.
Can not make it to this event?Change my RSVP