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The most recent WAGBA Business Forum was held on the 27th of October at the MTU Maintenance Service Centre Australia Pty. Ltd. in Canning Vale, Western Australia. The event was held with great success as MTU Managing Director, Sebastian Moerl, presented the future of aero engines and industrial gas turbines and MTU's works towards the revolutionary vision of emissions-free flights.

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On the 5th of October the “Spring-Lamb-Dinner” of the West Australian – German Business Association was hosted yet again at the Juniper & Bay restaurant in Como/Perth, Western Australia. It was attended by some 50 WAGBA members and friends. The dinner presented all attending guests and industry leaders with ties to Western Australian-German business an amazing networking opportunity, as they indulged themselves with an excellent selection of food and matching wines presented by the stylish restaurant Juniper & Bay.

Leading the way since 1872

Gottfried SchenkerWAGBA is thrilled to share the joy with one of our oldest members, the German-headquartered company DB Schenker, as it marks its 150th corporate anniversary globally and 60 years in Australia in 2022. To celebrate DB Schenker as one of the world's leading logistics service providers and supply chain management, this anniversary year will include a multitude of internal and external festivities to underline DB Schenker's vision of advancing businesses and lives by shaping the way the world connects.

Cultivating students' passion for the German languageDas Exam and their teachersDr Gabriele Maluga, Sabine Winton MLA, and WAGBA President Stephan Kirsch with successful students of the "DAS Exam" and their teachers.

The “DAS Exam” (Deutsch Australisches Sprach Examen) has been offered to students for around 60 years. The initiative was initially created for high school students, but these days it is also offered to Years Five and Six. The award ceremony of “DAS Exam” is typically held annually to celebrate the most successful students.

Forging strong relations between Western Australia and Germany for years to come

ScreenshotSpecial guest Mr Volkmar Klein MdB; parliamentarians Sabine Winton MLA, Jessica Shaw MLA, Simon Milman MLA; various Business Leaders; WAGBA Member and the Patron of WAGBA and Honorary Consul of Germany to Western Australia, Dr Gabriele Maluga with WAGBA President Stephan Kirsch and Committee Member Torsten Ketelsen OAM, at the WA-German Parliamentarian Friendship Gathering at Parliament House.

On 12 and 13 August 2022 Mr Volkmar Klein MdB, a member of the German Parliament and the Co-Chair of the German-Australian Friendship Group visited Perth. The visit to Perth was jointly organized by the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung and WAGBA Committee Member Torsten Ketelsen OAM. On this occasion Sabine Winton MLA, Chair of the West- Australian-German parliamentary friendship group, invited representatives of the West Australian-German Business Association (WAGBA) along with the two parliamentarians Ms Jessica Shaw MLA and Mr Simon Milman MLA to Parliament House.

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