Access News Australia Pty Ltd
Western Sydney Business Access (WSBA)
WSBA is the monthly publication that takes a close look at the development, lifestyle, progress and people of Greater Western Sydney or GWS. Widely regarded as the engine room of the NSW economy and a key region nationally, GWS is home to Sydney’s dual CBD, Parramatta and the location for Sydney’s second airport to be built at Badgerys Creek. WSBA is a news-magazine of substance. We give our readers access to the news that is relevant and entertaining.
Hard copy: Each month a minimum of 10,000 hard copies are printed on high white news print in full colour. WSBA is a tabloid newspaper format.
PDF edition: WSBA editions are uploaded to www.wsba.com.au and downloadable as a PDF 24/7.
Website: The primary website, www.wsba.com.au is updated daily. The site is searchable by region, business sector and people. Page views often exceed 100,000 per month.
Social Media: WSBA is connected to popular social media channels which are updated regularly. To follow go to the home page.
Bulk drops: The hard copy edition of WSBA is distributed free to 250 strategic outlets in Western Sydney, Asia and the ACT.
Sponsorships: WSBA is proud of our many sponsor and support relationships. Some of these include:
ØRegional Media Partner: Tropfest.
ØRegional Media Partner: Australian Corporate Triathlon Series.
ØGold Media Support Partner: Parramatta Chamber of Commerce.
ØExclusive Print Media Partner: Western Sydney Awards for Business Excellence.
ØGold Support Partner: Sydney Hills Business Chamber.
ØGold Media Support Partner: Cumberland Business Chamber.
ØPlatinum Partner: Greater Blacktown Business Chamber.
ØMedia Support Partner: UWS Internship Program.
ØGold Support Partner: Merrylands Chamber of Commerce.
ØMedia Support Partner: Western Sydney Business Connection.
ØMedia Support Partner: Western Sydney ZEST Awards.
ØMedia Support Partner: National Manufacturing Week.
ØMedia Support Partner: Hills Small Business Exchange.
ØPrime Media Support Partner: Greater Western Sydney Regional Round Table.
ØMedia Support Partner: Greater Western Sydney Red Shield Appeal.
Share the message: www.wsba.com.au has the capacity for visitors to share stories through their preferred social media network. Simply click on the social media icons to right of the selected story to share.
Contributors: WSBA contributors are among the region’s most recognisable and influential business and social commentators. To submit a contribution contact The Editor at firstname.lastname@example.org
For advertisers: Download our MEDIA KIT and INFORMATION kits for details about reach and costing from the home page. We are always interested in exploring partnerships for sponsorship and support. For a discussion about how we might work together contact The Editor at email@example.com
Tell us your story: Your business and your people are important to us. If you have a story to share contact The Editor at firstname.lastname@example.org
About Greater Western Sydney: As at June 2011 there were 2,002,822 people living in Greater Western Sydney (GWS). By 2036 GWS is expected to have 3,130,500 residents. Gross regional product (GRP) in 2010-11 for GWS was $114 Billion.
Defining the region: The University of Western Sydney defines greater western Sydney as comprising 14 local government areas; namely located within Auburn, Bankstown, Blacktown, Blue Mountains, Camden, Campbelltown, Fairfield, Hawkesbury, Holroyd, Liverpool, Parramatta, Penrith, The Hills Shire and Wollondilly.