Partnering with us

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Partnering with Engineers Australia

Engineers Australia’s networks and sphere of influence are prolific, made up of key stake holders and decision makers from all sectors of industry, government, defence, education as well as its + 100 000 professional members.

By way of bespoke, strategically designed partnership initiatives, EA is able to facilitate the connecting of its partners to their desired audiences within these networks.

A Strategic Partnership with Engineers Australia provides partners with the platform from which to 

  • showcase their organisation’s capability and capacity
  • position their organisation as the employer of choice for professional engineers and
  • deliver their key messages to a captive audience reflective of their stated markets.

Partnering with Engineers Australia ensures alignment with “The Trusted Voice of the Engineering Profession” and the resulting inherent brand alignment and credibility.

Engineers Australia currently enjoys National Partnerships with quality organisations from a diverse range of industries and sectors. Companies such as Siemens, Mobil and Dulux are some examples of global organisations that have entered into long term relationships with Engineers Australia and continue to derive the benefits therein.

For information specific to partnering with Engineers Australia and learning about the opportunities that will benefit your organisation, please contact:

Murray Mussett (National Manager Corporate Partnerships) on 0434909310 or email mmussett@engineersaustralia.org.au

The following organisations currently enjoy Corporate Partnerships with Engineers Australia:
 

Akzo Nobel Pty Limited  Macquarie 
Autodesk Australia Pty Ltd  Microsoft 
Brickworks Building Products (AUSTRAL) Mobil Oil
Cardno QUT
Cbus RMIT University 
Cyient  Siemens
Davies Collison Cave Pty Ltd  Snowy Hydro
Deakin University  Swinburne University 
Defence Force Recruiting VicSuper 
Dixons Advisory Victoria University 
Dulux Protective Coatings Virgin Australia
La Trobe University   

 

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