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Upcoming Events

  • Formal Uprising: Thread Together
    Wed, 09 Feb
    Market Grounds
    09 Feb, 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm AWST
    Market Grounds, 10 Telethon Ave, Perth WA 6000, Australia
    The Thread Together program is a ‘mobile wardrobe’ which redistributes end-of-line surplus retail clothing and footwear stock to vulnerable Western Australians. Thread Together operates free of charge and currently supports communities from Mandurah to Joondalup.
  • Business Awareness Lunch: Street Connect
    Fri, 18 Feb
    The Deck (Side of Parmelia House Lobby)
    18 Feb, 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm AWST
    The Deck (Side of Parmelia House Lobby), 191 St Georges Terrace, Perth, WA 6021
    Street Connect is a program that aims to make connections with marginalised young people between the age of 15-25 years old who gather regularly in public places and engage them in positive life changes. The service is provided by a team of Youth Workers who provide daily outreach via the Mobile You

$2,642

Total amount of funds donated to our beneficiaries.

271

Number of

attendees.

7
Total beneficiaries

(organisations) supported.

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 ABOUT

We are changing how we network.


We want networking to be about educating and learning through business connection.

We want to use networking as an opportunity to give back to local Western Australia Social, Community and Environmental organisations and situations to better our state.


We believe people are important, we believe inclusivity is essential all the while looking after the environment we live in.

 
 

Why attend our events?

Connect with professionals who are forward thinking, passionate, kind and giving. Leverage from new contacts.

This is an opportunity to learn about people & organisations making positive impacts from a Social, Community & Environmental perspective. We also give back to these organisations through event ticket sales.

Challenge yourself, get out of your comfort zone and be inspired. Business is about knowledge - learn together and help make WA a stronger place. 

 
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Our logo will remind you of the tall 29-metre sculpture, titled Spanda at Elizabeth Quay.

'Its series of rings spilling skyward from just above head height, signifying ripples on the water and the connection between the sky, land and river.

Mr de Vietri explained the word Spanda means "divine vibration" and is used to describe the movement of consciousness.
' from an ABC Article (click here to read) 

We love how this sculpture in our wonderful city signifies the movement of consciousness - so we embrace consciousness and giving. To us, the rings signify unity, connection all for a common goal - to look after each other, our connections, community and our environment. 
 

SPONSOR

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SUPPORTER

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VENUE PARTNER

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Location Details

45 St Georges Terrace
Perth, WA, 6000
Venue Partner:
Market Grounds,
10 Telethon Ave, Perth,
WA 6000
 

Upcoming Events

  • Formal Uprising: Thread Together
    Wed, 09 Feb
    Market Grounds
    09 Feb, 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm AWST
    Market Grounds, 10 Telethon Ave, Perth WA 6000, Australia
    The Thread Together program is a ‘mobile wardrobe’ which redistributes end-of-line surplus retail clothing and footwear stock to vulnerable Western Australians. Thread Together operates free of charge and currently supports communities from Mandurah to Joondalup.
  • Business Awareness Lunch: Street Connect
    Fri, 18 Feb
    The Deck (Side of Parmelia House Lobby)
    18 Feb, 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm AWST
    The Deck (Side of Parmelia House Lobby), 191 St Georges Terrace, Perth, WA 6021
    Street Connect is a program that aims to make connections with marginalised young people between the age of 15-25 years old who gather regularly in public places and engage them in positive life changes. The service is provided by a team of Youth Workers who provide daily outreach via the Mobile You
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GIVE BACK TO THE
WORLD AT LEAST
WHAT YOU'VE RECEIVED
Albert Einstein
Image by Harry Cunningham
Perth Networking Club wish to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land we are meeting on, the Whadjuk (Boorloo region) people. We wish to acknowledge and respect their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of this city and this region.