Imagine a network of leaders – Not a leader and a bunch of sheep

Let’s build the smartest cultural city in the world with the aim of making Perth the gateway to Australia.

Smart City Perth is an idea to connect leaders with leaders. It’s not about attracting followers to justify its existence.

It’s definitely not about one person’s agenda or ideology.

The aim is to get initiatives off the ground, unblock bottlenecks to brilliant ideas, find the technicians and resources to deliver and create the Smartest City in the world.

Smart City Perth will attract lots of interest at first as individuals have wasted their own resources to connect with potential business, but they’ll drop off before they even know what Smart City Perth is about to see the benefits of such a network.

No disrespect to any government office. I’ve met with way too many government officials to know, they’re waiting for us. Nothing else needs to be said about government.

The key to sustainability is creating a larger pie, greater opportunity and always adapting to the conditions and I believe this comes from the people.

Smart City Perth wants to unlock the voices of future generations by investing them now.

Smart City Perth doesn’t intend on having a home, it intends on working closely with other networks and brilliant leaders with a similar vision.

Smart City Perth is a movement in the making

The first network Smart City Perth has already connected with is the Swan Chamber of Commerce. They have gone through a turbulent season over the last few years to realign with the current economic and social challenges. With a completely new leadership table and energy, Smart City Perth will easily grow as the Swan Chamber grows, collectively making a difference in the City of Swan’s 1000km2 of geographic opportunity.

Smart City Perth is already drawing the interest of other city councils, business leaders and community groups, we want them to flourish collectively.

Leaders inspiring leaders

Let’s build the smartest cultural city in the world with the aim of making Perth the gateway to Australia.

Creating a national movement locally

‘Stirring the imagination connecting people to possibilities’

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