Economic Development Study

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We’re looking for our business community to provide feedback that will guide our long-term economic development strategy.

Access the Economic Development Study through our community engagement portal - Wagga View - Business

There are over 5,000 successful businesses operating in Wagga Wagga employing over 34,000 people. The region has grown steadily over the last 30 years and developed into one of the most diverse economies in the country. The Health Precinct and recently announced Special Activation Precinct in the Bomen industrial zone are two key initiatives that we hope will lead our economic growth into the future, but we need a plan to ensure their success.

Over the next two months, Micromex Research will be conducting stakeholder engagement sessions, phone interviews, an online survey, and secondary research to paint a picture of the local economy and guide our long-term strategy. We're calling on our business community to participate in an economic development study of the region.

The report and data developed through this study will be utilised to produce an economic development strategy for the region. This strategy will help align our business community, guide all stakeholders in their decision-making, but most importantly, it will give business leaders greater confidence when making investments in the region. An economic development strategy will be critical if Wagga is to realise the full potential of the Health Precinct, Special Activation Precinct, and our other growth industries.

If you have questions about the purpose of the study, your role, the anticipated outcomes, or the process, please feel free to contact Dominic Kennedy on 02 6926 9145, or through email at kennedy.dominic@wagga.nsw.gov.au