Ground-breaking Launch for Gascoyne Primary Producers

by | Jan 31, 2019

Inovact Consulting welcomes the official launch this week of Gascoyne Primary Producers (GPP), the new peak body formed to represent the seafood, horticulture and pastoral industries of the Gascoyne region in Western Australia.

As the project manager, Inovact Consulting is proud to have contributed to the formation of GPP and congratulates all the business and industry leaders who have come together to make GPP a reality.

‘The Gascoyne region has such incredible produce to offer and throughout this project it became clear that GPP has real potential to make a difference and shape a more viable future for the seafood, horticulture and pastoral primary producers of the region’, said lead project Consultant, Bridget Murray.

GPP was formed after almost two years’ work, with stakeholders from across the Gascoyne coming together to share their views and ideas and develop an inclusive peak body for all primary producers. The result is a new organisation designed from the ground-up to create more value for regional primary industry businesses.

Inovact Consulting would especially like to recognise the leadership of Paul Shain, Scott Razga and Alys McKeough who worked hard to translate the ideas of Gascoyne Primary Industry businesses into a unique peak body. We would also like to thank the Carnarvon Growers’ Association and Luke Skender especially, for your tireless efforts and dedication to bringing GPP together.

‘The formation of GPP is an example of how businesses can come together and innovate to make the most of limited resources in areas where individual businesses or industries can’t easily succeed by working alone’, said Brian Ramsay, Managing Director of Inovact Consulting.

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