Net Zero Emission Mining WA Conference


Addressing the global challenge of net zero emission mining requires a coordinated and collaborative response.

Western Australia has several competitive advantages to position us as a world leader in this space, being home to a world class mining industry, talent pool of skilled workers and cutting-edge innovation and scientific capability.

At the event, hear from Ministers, industry leaders and leading research for the latest insights and actions to help achieve net zero emission mining. Through various interactive and networking opportunities, you can expect to meet people from across industry, critical supporting sectors, research institutions and government, in an environment tailored for discussion.

Key themes for the conference sessions are:

  • Energy Utilisation
  • Transformative Technology
  • Funding and Financing

Delegates are also offered the opportunity to participate in one of three concurrent masterclass workshops, to gain practical skills and insights to help achieve emissions reduction goals.

View the full conference program here

Western Australia ADHD Conference

The Conference will be a highly valuable and informative day for parents, educators, professionals, family members and friends of an individual with ADHD or suspected ADHD as well as adults with ADHD themselves.

We are delighted to be holding the event at the fabulous Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre. The Conference will host 6 nationally and internationally renowned expert speakers, each providing a wealth of information and strategies that you can use at home or at school to help your child or child you work with. We will also have a variety of fantastic exhibitors as well.

SwyftX Presents Crypto World Summit – Perth 2021

SwyftX Presents Crypto World Summit, the first conference of its kind in Perth. An event designed to answer the questions that we all wish we knew when we first started investing in crypto, an all-inclusive event for experts and beginners alike.

CWS has curated the brightest minds in the crypto space to give talks on a wide range of topics that everyone should know, that will help you grow your investments and portfolio. Covering the basics of buying and selling, investment methods, portfolio construction, decentralised finance, accounting practices and much more.

If you’ve ever wanted to invest in crypto currency or expand your knowledge on the topic then this is the event for you.

Sector Briefing: The Future of Aged Care

What lies ahead for the future of aged care in Western Australia?

As our population ages, demand for aged care services is predicted to grow by 65 per cent over the next decade, presenting a number of challenges but also a multitude of business and workforce opportunities. For the first time, a group of WA’s leading aged care providers have commissioned a report that captures and defines the economic and social impact of the sector.

Join our expert line-up for breakfast as they discuss WA’s aged care roadmap and give insights into the emerging trends and workforce planning required for our ageing population.

Thanks to our host partners Commonwealth Bank and Lavan


Economic Lunch in partnership with Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre

Join us and special guest speakers Ben Wyatt MLA and Sean L’Estrange MLA on February 15 at 12pm – 2pm to discuss the current state of the West Australian economy and its future outlook.

Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre researchers will be presenting the latest economic indicators, highlighting key factors that are likely to impact the economy over the course of 2021 and beyond.

Find out how the building and construction industry impacts the state economy and employment across the State while enjoying a lovely lunch in the BelleVue ballroom of the Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre.

Rocky Slater, State Manager Western Australia at BADGE Constructions, and Paula West, General Manager at Inspired Homes, will join Minister Wyatt and Shadow Minister L’Estrange in a panel discussion, facilitated by Gareth Parker, 6PR Breakfast Host.

Austmine 2021

Austmine is delighted to announce the world’s leading mining innovation conference, Austmine 2021, will be held in Perth from 25 – 27 May 2021.

Offering a key gathering point for industry leaders, change-makers and innovative thinkers, Austmine 2021: Harnessing Intelligence provides an important opportunity to collectively reflect, discuss and consider the future of our industry following a period of significant disruption.

Austmine 2021 will explore the importance of optimising the interaction between people, processes and technology and how collective intelligence can take the industry to heights previously unexplored. Key themes are noted below or view the full Program here.

As excitement begins to build, we are thrilled to welcome BHP as the Principal Sponsor. This partnership highlights BHP’s continued commitment to technological excellence and a world-class Australian METS sector.

Do not miss your opportunity to be part of the world’s leading mining innovation event, Austmine 2021. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor or exhibitor, please contact Stephanie Pou or visit our website to take advantage of extra early bird delegate rates.

A ‘Quiet’ Lunch with Susan Cain

International thought leader and renowned author of ‘Quiet – The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking”, Susan Cain, is coming to Perth exclusively for AIM WA on November 20th.

Susan’s work is invaluable for leaders, parents, colleagues… everyone who wants to better understand and harness the gifts of half the population… Introverts!

Her TED talk has been viewed over 30 million times! Ranked LinkedIn’s 6th top influencer in the world today… Susan’s insights will change the way you think and behave. Be sure to secure your spot!





WA Mining Conference

WA Mining “Accelerating WA Mining Future to 2030” will look at the life of mine from operational strategy through to execution and address the strategic and technical approaches to improve productivity, lower costs and optimise the end to end process.





WA Freight and Logistics Conference

CCIWA is proud to partner with the Western Roads Federation to hold the 3rd annual WA Freight and Logistics Conference for 2019.

Western Australia’s economy is in a period of steady growth and slow recovery for most industries, yet the state’s freight and logistics sector is starting to show signs of strain. The WA Freight and Logistics Conference brings together all key participants in one of the largest sectors of the WA economy to discuss the practical issues in the strategic barriers and the opportunities for the sector.

Discussing hard-hitting issues for the freight and logistics industry throughout our suburbs and the regions of WA, this conference is uniquely Western Australian, enabling operators to listen to, discuss and network with leaders and key players in politics, government, business, and industry.





2019 Asbestos Safety Conference

The 2019 Asbestos Safety Conference will be held in Perth from 11 – 13 November, with the conference, tradeshow and summer garden social event taking place at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Join us at Australia’s only conference on asbestos safety, an event not to be missed by all members of the asbestos management system.

Asbestos management involves governments at all levels, across a range of areas, as well as a network of organisations and people that influence and help to achieve the National Strategic Plan for Asbestos Awareness and Management 2019-23 (NSP 2019–2023) aim and targets. This is a unique opportunity to come together, exchange information and share ideas with over 300 domestic and international professionals from a range of sectors including work health and safety, public health, local government and the environment.

This year we will collaborate and focus on Australia’s National Strategic Plan for Asbestos Awareness and Management and the important roles and responsibilities all members of the asbestos management system have in working together toward preventing exposure to asbestos fibres in order to eliminate asbestos-related diseases. The success of the NSP 2019–2023 depends on collective efforts and sustained action.