The Chamber of Arts and Culture WA, the Famelab Australia National Final and Revelation Interactive have each received sponsorship from the City worth a total of $110,000.
Chair Commissioner Eric Lumsden said the City’s sponsorship of these three projects is vital to encouraging development in the key sectors.
“The City has identified several key sectors regarded as vital to Perth’s future, such as resources, medicine, tourism, education and technology, which have the potential to generate long term economic outcomes,” Chair Commissioner Lumsden said.
“It is important that the City not only facilitates growth in these areas, but directly supports organisations and initiatives that look to expand the sectors.
“These sponsorships help to build a prosperous, future focused and resilient city.”
Revelation Interactive is a new three-day screen industry and emerging technologies conference
and public exhibition, designed to showcase a range of cutting edge games and their associated technologies.
FameLab is a global science communication competition for early career STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) researchers in universities and industry, to advocate for their work to the wider
industry, employers and grant bodies.
The Chamber of Arts and Culture Western Australia, is a not-for-profit organisation and
the state’s representative arts body, with the aim to provide an independent, unified voice for the
sector in Western Australia.
For more information on sponsorship through City of Perth, visit: www.perth.wa.gov.au/council/grants-and-sponsorships/business-grants-and-sponsorship
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