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Every month, from February to December, hosting and co-hosting opportunities allow members to affordably showcase their products and services to a diverse member audience. Guests have the opportunity to see the workings of the host business while networking and promoting their own businesses. Free food and drinks are provided, this is a standing event.

To start 2023, our first edition of KBCCI Business After Hours will be hosted by Northern Star Resources and co-hosted by Royal Flying Doctor Service and the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder.

Northern Star Resources (Northern Star) is one of the world's ten largest gold miners, with operating mines and exploration programs in Western Australia and Alaska. The Company’s purpose is to generate superior returns for shareholders, while providing positive benefits for stakeholders, through operational effectiveness, exploration and active portfolio management. Northern Star’s Kalgoorlie Production Centre includes Carosue Dam, Kanowna Belle, South Kalgoorlie and KCGM Operations, with over 90% of their workforce residential to Kalgoorlie-Boulder. Northern Star is committed to delivering responsible environmental and social business practices that create shared value for local communities, businesses and stakeholders.  Northern Star’s presence and future plans in Kalgoorlie-Boulder and wider Goldfields region will underpin sustainable economic growth and investment across the region for decades to come.
 

Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) provides a 24-hour patient retrieval service and remote community health clinics from its Kalgoorlie base. The RFDS flew 1,474 Goldfields patients last year and provided more than 2,000 health appointments in remote communities like Menzies, Rawlinna Station the NG Lands. The Kalgoorlie community provides RFDS with extraordinary support to keep the service flying. Local partners such as Northern Star Resources, the Goldfields Children Charity and Topdrill are among RFDS’ biggest in WA. The service is also strongly supported by the Eastern Goldfields RFDS Fundraising Auxiliary, the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder (including the airport), Shire of Leonora and many wonderful businesses, community organisations and individuals. The Kalgoorlie base is home to 18 RFDS crew members. This year, the base will be expanded to include a new GP and Allied Health Service thanks to Norther Star, Curtin University and the WA Country Health Serv ice.
 

The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder is a thriving regional city covering an area of 95,000 km² and home to over 30,000 people. Located in the heart of WA, the city is a dynamic regional centre with a unique heritage, stunning natural environment, various recreation opportunities and a vibrant arts and culture scene. Our globally significant mining industry comprises a vast mineral base of gold, nickel, lithium, and iron ore, and is at the forefront of investment in growth areas such as critical minerals and processing. The City owns and manages contemporary community facilities, hosts a range of first-class events, and provides significant community investment in grants and sponsorships. Living in Kalgoorlie-Boulder is a one-of-a-kind experience, a place where people come to build a future.

When: Thursday, 16 February from 5.30pm to 7.30pm

Where:  WMC Conference Centre, Curtin University:
Western Australian School of Mines, 44 MacDonald St, Kalgoorlie

Bring your business cards, for your chance to WIN a door prize!

Register at www.kbcci.com.au/register/ 

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