b2b Joins Forces on The Australian Biome Project

by | Nov 25, 2019 | 0 comments

b2b partnerships are excited to be working on The Australian Biome Project to plan and develop future-proof strategic alliances and commercial partnerships that will not only bring the project to life but will ensure its long- term sustainability.

A destination icon of global significance, The Australian Biome is a multi-faceted eco cultural and tourism strategy centred on the Biomes mega-structure and surrounding infrastructure, located in the Perth, Australia’s Western gateway.

A significant MOU with Perth Airport has be signed which sets aside 15 hectares of land on the airport precinct whilst the initial feasibility process and business planning takes place.

Aligned to The United Nations recommendations on sustainable development and inspired by the success of Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay and the Eden Project, The Australian Biome will celebrate Australia’s unique ecology and culture, providing breath-taking, immersive experiences whilst exploring Australian Aboriginal culture within the biodiversity of Western Australia.

Supercharging Western Australia’s tourism industry, The Australian Biome will deliver a multitude of significant economic social, educational and cultural benefits. With a commitment to sustainability, the Australian Biome is an unparalleled opportunity to build commercial partnerships and showcase innovative solutions.

Australian Biome Project

Terry Dewar, Founder and Chairman of the Australian Biome Project said, ‘We are working with b2b at this critical time of The Australian Biome project development to help us define our strategic and commercial partnership plans. Ali and the team at b2b have been instrumental in helping us evolve our thinking. Together with b2b we are mapping out an Alliances and Partnerships Strategy that will guide the evolution of the range of partners, funders, collaborators, sponsors and suppliers as required into the project as it evolves. The team at b2b have shown great understanding and sensitivity of the project as a whole, as well as possessing the practical know-how to develop a roadmap to support us to get there’.

Ali Heppenstall, Managing Director of b2b said ‘The success of the Australian Biome Project is dependent on having the right relationships and collaborations in place, it’s partnership with Perth Airport is testament to this. We are excited to be working with Terry and the team on the Australian Biome project to help plan and develop future-proof strategic alliances and commercial partnerships that will not only bring the Biome to life but will ensure its long-term sustainability’.

For further information about b2b and our work with The Australian Biome project contact Alison Heppenstall or Joanna O’Farrell .