District32 | Business Co-operative

District32 exists to grow local businesses by providing promotion and branding opportunities at levels usually only the big players can achieve.  District32 does this through providing a business cooperative system giving members access to a suite of high level quality services and resources under one banner.  Ultimately we’re here to make business easier for business owners so that we can have the life that we started out in business to have!

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A Win for Businesses

Because we provide a smorgasbord of services and resources including:

  • Advertising
  • Marketing
  • Training
  • Business Networking Events
  • Business Advisory & Planning
  • Local Business and Community Radio & Podcast
  • Access to over 140 Local Trusted Businesses

A Win for Members

District32 houses over 130 local business owners from all over Perth – each vetted for skills, experience and professionalism – sharing their experience, resources and ideas with each other.  Meeting regularly at Members Only Business Networking / Professional Networking Breakfasts in Perth, we meet to build solid business relationships and to assist each other in specific problem solving through a structured format.  Members also have access to a huge range of trusted, reliable service providers to call upon when services are required and have the added benefit of locking out the competition in their local area.

Business Networking is a socioeconomic business activity by which business people and entrepreneurs meet to form business relationships and to recognise, create, or act upon business opportunities, share information and seek potential partners for ventures. Wikipedia.

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A Win for Community

When we buy from and support small business, money is redistributed and invested locally. District32 Members help to empower the local community by forming relationships and supporting each other through using each others’ services.

Small to medium sized businesses put much more of their profits back into the local economy – and money going back into the economy means our cost of living goes down! So, if we all spend our money locally, we have the power to change the economy for the benefit of all! People can achieve a real sense of pride, ownership and belonging as they support and contribute to the success of their local business communities.