First Procure gets the thumbs up

Michael PhilippsSouth Western Times
Gayle Gray, from the South West Development Commission, and Anna Macdonald, from the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions.
Camera IconGayle Gray, from the South West Development Commission, and Anna Macdonald, from the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions.

Hundreds of people flocked to South Regional TAFE on Friday and Saturday to attend the inaugural Procure South West event.

Bunbury-Geographe Chamber of Commerce and Industry president David Kerr said he was pleased with the number of attendees.

“It was a fantastic turnout and I am really pleased to see how many people turned up,” he said.

“This has been a great first step and hopefully the event will continue to grow.”

Pictures from the event:

South West MLC Steve Thomas and Simon Taylor, from the South West Development Commission.
Camera IconSouth West MLC Steve Thomas and Simon Taylor, from the South West Development Commission.
Peter Gunston, from Forest Industries Federation of Australia, and Jason Bartlett, from Laminex.
Camera IconPeter Gunston, from Forest Industries Federation of Australia, and Jason Bartlett, from Laminex.
Andrew Griggs, from the Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation, and April McCarthy, from JW Cross Maintenance.
Camera IconAndrew Griggs, from the Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation, and April McCarthy, from JW Cross Maintenance.
Melissa Milordis and Jacques Oosthuizen, both from ECU.
Camera IconMelissa Milordis and Jacques Oosthuizen, both from ECU.
Gary Barbour, from Calibre Group, and Matthew Whyte, from Landcorp.
Camera IconGary Barbour, from Calibre Group, and Matthew Whyte, from Landcorp.
Cassidy McGuire and Jane Parsons, both from the City of Bunbury.
Camera IconCassidy McGuire and Jane Parsons, both from the City of Bunbury.
Andrew Griggs, from the Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation, and April McCarthy, from JW Cross Maintenance.
Camera IconAndrew Griggs, from the Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation, and April McCarthy, from JW Cross Maintenance.
Steve Woodhouse and Tinus Kruger, both from WML Consultants.
Camera IconSteve Woodhouse and Tinus Kruger, both from WML Consultants.
Vivien Waylen and Tanya Watts, both from Work Clobber.
Camera IconVivien Waylen and Tanya Watts, both from Work Clobber.
Melissa Milordis and Jacques Oosthuizen, both from ECU.
Camera IconMelissa Milordis and Jacques Oosthuizen, both from ECU.

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