and planning

community and

marketing and

solutions for



Golden Quest Discovery Trail | Australia’s Golden Outback | Tourism WA

Tourism Australia | Austrade | World Tourism Organisation | Global Reporting Initiative 

Australia's Coral Coast | FACET | Australian Geotourism Forum | Geocaching Australia



And now we are 3!  Economic Transitions is delighted to have Amy Sleight join our team as our Tourism Assistant.  Amy was born and spent her early years in Northam, Western Australia before moving to Perth with her family to complete her high school years.  Amy graduated from Edith Cowan University in 2009 with a Bachelor of Tourism Management with a minor in Marketing before travelling to the UK and spending time exploring London.  She has travelled extensively along the Coral Coast and through the Goldfields of Western Australia and is keen to use her knowledge of tourism in Western Australia in projects we are working on.  She has extensive experience working with tourism companies such as V3 Leisure and Tourism providing tourism booking platform support and reporting, as well as tourism marketing, survey distribution, data collection and data analysis, and client and stakeholder engagement.  Amy joins Kate Anderson working on a range of projects, including Wander the Wheatbelt, and real time visitor data capture. We welcome Amy to our team.

Economic Transitions is delighted to have been appointed by Tourism WA to complete the Francois Peron Heritage Precinct Tourism Opportunity Business Analysis.  Collaborating with Mark Adams from Executive Compass and Rikki Clarke from Creative Spaces, we are currently working on a Masterplan Concept to support this amazing destination and provide opportunity for business and tourism growth in the Shire of Shark Bay.

We are delighted to have been appointed by Girl Guides WA to complete their Strategic Organisational Review, Business Plan and Implementation Plan. Collaborating with Mark Adams from Executive Compass allows for a thorough review of all aspects of the business and will provide a concise sustainability plan for the future.

Economic Transitions is delighted to have been appointed by the Goldfields Community Legal Centre to assist with their Goldfields Migrant Employment Project. We look forward to assisting with their project management and sustainability planning.

Economic Transitions is currently developing a project to capture real time visitor statistics - visitor numbers and experiential data - through the use of QR codes and surveys.  The capture of both qualitative and quantitative data and reporting on a monthly basis will allow Shires to review real time data and make decisions on advertising and marketing to key markets quickly.  The Shire of Leonora has been selected as the site for the pilot data capture.  Economic Transitions looks forward to being able to extend this project to other Shires in the regions soon.

Economic Transitions is delighted to be partnering with BUDE ArchitectsExecutive CompassCreative SpacesFlametree CreativePuzzle Consulting, Thinkfield and Wanderlust Communications.