Best Practice with Workright Australia

Best Practice with Workright Australia

19 Aug 2015

Workright is able to offer a range of services to Local Government entities seeking to achieve Best Practice.

image001GEM College (trading as Workright Australia) has been invited by Chris Hannaford, Economic Development Coordinator for the City of Charles Sturt to be involved in the first Collaboration for Commercialisation workshop “Manufacturing meets Medical Technology” which includes Health, Aged Care and Senior Living Services.

The workshop will also look at existing Supply Chains – Global, National, Local; identifying Regional Specialisations; identifying the needs and opportunities for Regional Cluster/Precinct Development, opportunities for Research and Development opportunities, Funding and Investment and opportunities for Export Development Opportunities

We are honoured to be invited to this strategic event.

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