The Connecting Industry Conference WA to Feature $5B of Projects

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With climate change at the forefront of the Australian public’s mind, a resource and construction company are calling on industry to contribute with purpose, where their social, economic, and environmental impact is minimal.

Connecting Industry Director Tim O’Brien said:


“We believe the resource and construction industry can no longer justify thousands of dollars on tickets, travel, food, and accommodation to attend an event and are asking all stakeholders to contribute with purpose based on sustainability.” 

Connecting Industry is a resource and construction industry events company that designs specific events where all attendees don’t need to travel to attend and still receive the right information and connect to the right people while never leaving the office. Mr O’Brien said:

“Connecting Industry events are online events designed to assist all tiers of the supply chain from SME’s through to large civil construction and engineering companies on the latest project and procurement information.” 


“Through enhanced digital connectivity, Connecting Industry stage major procurement event opportunities for the resource and construction supply chain delivered online via live video streaming which allows attendees to network and have live face to face meetings with presenting projects, their teams, and all other attendees.”

First developed in Queensland due to COVID-19 last year, Mr O’Brien said due to its success and the low cost for businesses to attend, the event was again held in New South Wales in February earlier this year with the company now holding a Western Australian event on June 17. He said:

“The Connecting Industry Conference WA will feature major construction and infrastructure projects from across the state presenting more than $5bn of procurement and tender opportunities for supply chain.” 

“Feedback from industry has indicated many businesses are now moving towards contributing with purpose where their social, economic, and environmental impact is minimal and online events, like Connecting Industry Conferences, are the way of the future.”

Projects presenting:

  • Metronet: Morley-Ellenbrook Line Project;
  • Australian Vanadium: Australian Vanadium Project;
  • Oz Minerals: West Musgrave Project;
  • Strandline Resources: Coburn HMS Project;
  • Yara Pilbara & Engie: Renewable Hydrogen Project

The Connecting Industry Conference WA will be held on June 17,2021.

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