Joondalup has developed competitive advantages in a number of key sectors, which present significant global or national growth opportunities for investors, businesses and research organisations.
The last decade has seen a steady growth in the knowledge, services and visitor economies in the City of Joondalup. The City is now well placed to build upon its thriving business environment and research activity across a range of industries.
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The Joondalup Learning Precinct, including Edith Cowan University, Edith Cowan Institute for Education Research, North Metropolitan TAFE and the Western Australia Police Academy, provide opportunities to further develop sub sectors including: Education Software and Systems; International Education; Specialist Education; Online Education; and Private Schooling.
Specialist education and training facilities, research institutes, and a high proportion of the local labour force qualified in Engineering and Related Technologies enable business and research opportunities in: Advanced Engineering; Electron Science; Microelectronics; Microphotonics; Nano-Technology; Electrical Engineering; Automotive Engineering; Marine and Environmental Sciences and Aviation.
Edith Cowan University (ECU) has invested significantly in c ... Read more →
Health & Medical
The presence of Joondalup Health Campus, related specialist medical services and learning centres, as well as the ECU Health and Wellness Institute provide potential opportunities for: eHealth; Cancer Care; Exercise Science; Mental Health; Health and Wellness; Aged Care; and Nursing & Midwifery sectors.
North Metropolitan TAFE in Joondalup and Frame AR are involved in the Augmented Reality App ‘ANZAC Tom’ – winner of the Most Creative Media/Entertainment Technology Award in the 25th WAITTA INCITE Awards.
North Metropolitan TAFE in Joondalup is at the forefront of animation, 3D modelling, augmented reality, CGI technologies and website design. There is a licensed CISCO Networking Academy, Microsoft Academy and registered testing centre. A coworking space ‘sixty27‘ also offers flexibility for creative entrepreneurs.
The City of Joondalup is offering grants of between $5,000 a ... Read more →
Science & ICT
The City’s Digital Strategy and location of major institutions such as Edith Cowan University, the ECU Security Research Institute and North Metropolitan TAFE provide a strong foundation for developing ICT related industries including: Computing and Cyber Security; Software Development; and IT Systems. MAKE ENQUIRY
The City of Joondalup is already home to a number of State and Federal Government Agencies, with further opportunities for other agencies and legal and security focused organisations. Local labour force qualifications and skills are well suited to servicing additional public sector entities.
The State Government announcement of 9,600 metres of new off ... Read more →
Directly connected to the City Centre train station, Lakeside Joondalup is currently Perth’s largest shopping centre, attracting Australian and international retailers and entertainment facilities. Further opportunities exist for specialist and international retail, online retail and parcel distribution.
The City of Joondalup is home to a number of reputable Financial and Business Services entities and a major call centre. Employers benefit from a significant proportion of the local labour force being qualified in Management and Commerce, with an abundance of professional and administrative staff living locally.
Two Joondalup businesses have been named as finalists in the ... Read more →
The City of Joondalup has developed competitive advantages in a number of key sectors, which present significant global or national growth opportunities for investors, businesses and research organisations. The last decade has seen a steady growth in the knowledge, services and visitor economies in the City of Joondalup.
The City’s thriving Visitor Economy represents a significant opportunity for investment. Read More.