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Winning a category of the AIM WA WestBusiness Pinnacle Awards last year started Austral Fisheries on a road to recognition that chief executive David Carter had not previously imagined possible.

Some would argue that the issues and challenges encountered by leaders within sporting organisations are no different to those experienced by other industries.

The crowning moment of last year’s AIM WA/WestBusiness Pinnacle Awards came when Andrew Forrest revealed that one of his great inspirations, Stan Perron, was the Business Leader of the Year.

Generation Y will revive Australia’s pioneering spirit in the coming years in the face of significant cultural change, according to Federal Social Services Minister, the Hon Christian Porter MP.

Business leaders believe WA is better off than it was 10 years ago before the resources boom but say government, universities and the private sector need to be smarter if the State is to better …

Tough trading conditions appear not to have deterred WA companies from corporate philanthropy, according to the latest data from this year’s WA Corporate Giving Index.

Mining magnate Andrew Forrest paid tribute to Stan Perron as one of the great influences of his life during a glittering ceremony to recognise the patriarch as the Business Leader of the Year.

Stan Perron was named WA’s Business Leader of the Year at the 2015 Australian Institute of Management WA and WestBusiness Pinnacle Awards last night.

The people leading WA’s SME sector tell Kim Macdonald that a lack of business literacy is causing headaches for would-be entrepreneurs.

At 39 years of age, property developer Paul Blackburne has seen his fair share of change in Perth, which has transformed from a sleepy country town to thriving metropolis.

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