EIA Recovery Membership

EIA Recovery Membership   COVID 19 

If are not an EIA member and you have been affected by COVID19 and the Industry Shutdown of events, we encourage you to join and be apart the fight for a positive recovery phase.

The EIA has introduced a ‘recovery membership’ for everyone impacted by the shutdown to join the association and be represented at no cost. If you know someone who isn’t a member and could use our help; have them contact us via info@eia.com.au or 0460 893 843 or fill in our online form here.

Recovery members will receive relevant information
• Recovery members will assist the EIA to Improve communication between like-minded businesses within the
• Recovery members will advocate for the EIA and its members
• Recovery members will not have voting rights

Being aware that thousands of events industry folk are being impacted by COVID 19, the EIA has created a Recovery Membership category.
This a non-fee level as we aim to increase our membership numbers to demonstrate the range and extent of those effected.
It is also a wonderful opportunity to enable us to communicate with  the industry at large.

I look forward to your participation.

EIA Membership application 

Member rate for professional development workshops and seminars
Exclusive Member only events
Invitations to industry functions
Promotion of member businesses
Access to member contacts to develop and improve business
Discounted tickets and special offers
Regular newsletter keeping members up to date with industry news and current EIA activities

Throughout the year, the EIA provides its members, affiliates and students with opportunities to connect with peers and network with other professionals working in the Western Australian events industry.

Our Mission

Our mission is to create a financially viable association that services the needs of our members.
Following a strategic planning workshop held in April 2014, the Board made a conscious decision to focus on the following priority areas:

• Membership – to increase the membership of the Association
• Communication – Improve communication between like-minded businesses within the Association
• Networking – to help foster environmental and financial sustainability within the industry
• Presence – to raise the profile of the EIA in the community
• Opportunities – to discover what opportunities are available and promote those within the EIA community
• A desire to see it be a requirement that businesses are a member of the EIA before they can submit a tender
• Relevance – to increase the relevance of the EIA
• Affiliation – to strengthen affiliation with other key stakeholders
• Advocacy – to tackle issues with local and state government on behalf of members and to provide advice on outcomes to all members
• Professional development- to conduct training and professional development in various areas for members
• Accreditation