The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Western Australia (CCI) produces a host of magazines, e-newsletters and guides—many of which come free with most membership packages.
Compiled by a team of well-connected and industry-wise senior journalists, in CCI publications you will read exclusive, well-informed content in magazine and e-newsletter form that reflects the diversification and innovation vital to the pace of WA’s transitioning economy.
Our principal publications
WA Works Magazine
Subscription to WA Works includes the exclusive Major Projects List, Major Projects Historical Projects List and online WA Works Directory.
The Major WA Projects List is updated quarterly, and includes project details such as capital expenditure, start of construction dates, end of construction dates, region and proponents.
You don’t have to be a member of CCI to subscribe to the services provided by WA Works, however the services are included in some membership packages.
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WA Works Newsletter
As part of your WA Works subscription you receive a fortnightly WA Works e-newsletter direct to your inbox.
The newsletter, produced by our team of senior journalists, provides supply chain and major project news to keep you up to date with essential industry information.
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Business Pulse Magazine
As CCI embarks on the next stage of its digital transformation, it means Business Pulse will no londer be produced.
We have decided to place a greater emphasis on digital content, and we urge you to keep an eye out for some exciting developments including video content, interaction via online channels and some campaigning that will break new ground.
Thank you to all our members who have contributed to Business Pulse over the years.
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Business Pulse Digital
CCI Members get all the latest WA and national business news, topical feature articles and practical advice delivered to their inbox weekly.
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Other CCI publications
CCI business units also produce a range of publications available via subscription, download or purchase that will provide key employee relations advice.
Employee and Industrial Relations
Western Australia Energy Maps
Western Australia's energy capabilities have been fully mapped, providing insight into the relationship between energy consumption, production, infrastructure, exports and innovation.
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