Sponsors 2017

Our sponsors

Broadband for the Bush VI is only possible because of the generous support of sponsors, who not only enable to bring more people to the forum, but who share the concerns of the Alliance and contribute to the discussions about improving access to and use of Broadband services in the Bush.

If you wish to support us, please consider the opportunities here,  and download a Sponsors Kit.

Department of Commerce, WA Govt. Principal Sponsor

Principal Sponsor – WA Government- Department of Commerce, Labour Relations and Industry Development.

A diversified economy. The Department aims to create a contemporary, diversified economy that provides for the growth, safety and protection of the community.

The Department of Commerce has been a primary support for seeking local speakers, providing advice on WA based initiatives and providing invaluable contacts as well as monetary support.

Silver Sponsor – Telstra Australia

Sponsorship of the Main Keynote plus Sponsorship of the Indigenous Focus Day

Telstra have been long term supporters of Broadband for the Bush Alliance activities and forums. Their ongoing commitment to supporting regional, rural and remote communities is a value shared with forum audiences.


Silver Sponsor – CSIRO

Sponsorship of the Telehealth Workshop



Bronze Sponsors

  • Vodafone Australia
  • Ursys Australia
  • Facebook
  • Desert Knowledge Australia
  • Encapto wifi
  • InfoXchange
  • Activ8Me
  • Optus




Indigenous Focus Day Hosts



This important piece of the Broadband for the Bush Forum is hosted and supported by IRCA and ACCAN

IRCA and ACCAN  provide adminsitrative and maagement support, support for speakers and participants and considerable inkind contributions.

Special supporters

The Broadband for the Bush Alliance would like to acknowledge the support of LotteryWest for assisting some WA delegates to attend.

The B4BA also thank Northern Institute for their support.


Please note: Broadband for the Bush Alliance is no longer active since 2019. This legacy site is being retained for historic and research purposes
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