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Access News Australia Pty Ltd

Western Sydney Business Access (WSBA)

WSBA is the monthly news-magazine that looks at the development, communities, 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 journal of influence, popular with decision makers for its insights and unique coverage of the region.      

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. .

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 270 strategic outlets in Western Sydney, Asia and the ACT.

Sponsorships: WSBA is proud of our many sponsor and support relationships. Some of these include:

  • Regional Media Partner: Tropfest.
  • Regional Media Partner: Australian Corporate Triathlon Series. 
  • Gold Media Support Partner: Parramatta Chamber of Commerce.
  • Exclusive Print Media Partner: Western Sydney Awards for Business Excellence.
  • Gold Support Partner: Sydney Hills Business Chamber.
  • Gold Media Support Partner: Cumberland Business Chamber.
  • Platinum Partner: Greater Blacktown Business Chamber.
  • Media Support Partner: Penrith Valley Chamber of Commerce.
  • Gold Support Partner: Merrylands Chamber of Commerce.
  • Media Support Partner: Western Sydney Business Connection.
  • Media Support Partner: Western Sydney ZEST Awards.
  • Regional Media Support Partner: National Manufacturing Week.
  • Media Support Partner: Hills Small Business Exchange.
  • Prime Media Sponsor: Greater Western Sydney Regional Round Table.
  • Regional Media Support Partner: Greater Western Sydney Red Shield Appeal.  
  • Exclusive Media Partner: Precedent Productions - small business awards program: Hills, Blacktown and Parramatta.
  • Media Support Partner: Freedom for Humanity.
  • Media Support Partner: The Westmead Institute.
  • Media Support Partner: Michael Hughes Foundation.
  • Media Partner: Sydney West TV.
  • Regional Media Partner: Western Sydney Small Business EXPO.

Share the message: At www.wsba.com.au you can share stories through your preferred social media network. Simply click on the social media icons to right of the selected story to share.

Contributors: WSBA contributors are leading business and social commentators. To submit a contribution contact The Editor at info@wsba.com.au

For advertisers: Download our MEDIA KIT and INFORMATION kits for details about reach and costings. We are always interested in exploring partnerships for sponsorship and support. For a discussion about how we might work together contact The Editor at info@wsba.com.au

Tell us your story: Your business and your people are important to us. If you have a story to share contact The Editor at info@wsba.com.au

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.

 

logosmallWestern Sydney Business Access (WSBA) covers the business and community issues of the Greater Western Sydney region of Australia. WSBA is the popular media source for connecting with the pulse of the region and tapping into it's vast opportunities and networks.