Who we are

Central Coast Industry Connect (CCIC) is an umbrella organisation for manufacturing and related industry sectors on the NSW Central Coast.

CCIC fosters collaboration and connection between Industry and Business. It aims to interface with all levels of government, education providers and the community to create growth opportunities in the region and add value to its social fabric.

It is a not for profit organisation.

 

 

CCIC STAFF

Daniel Farmer –  General Manager – Food

Kristen Tips – Administration and event management

BOARD MEETING DATES 2019

16th January

17th April

17th July

1st August

15th November

Our Initiatives for 2019

To maintain, grow and promote the contribution of manufacturing and other value adding industries on the NSW Central Coast.

a. Identify external industry forums or trade shows to represent CCIC to extend the reach of Central Coast Industry.
b. Develop an industry capability database.
c. Identify emerging industry growth sectors that align with CCIC’s strategic direction.
d. Develop a Marcomms plan.

To develop projects that drive collaboration and industry best practice.

a. Establish Industry lead clusters in Food and Beverage Industry, Sustainability and Continuous Improvement.
b. Host and support local industry capability building workshops and events.
c. Identify innovative companies and showcase at events website and newsletter.
d. Foster and grow the Central Coast Innovation Leaders group to become models for other leaders in the region.

To develop local education pathways and partnerships that generates industry job placements.

a. Establish a working relationship with Tafe and UON that support industry projects, provide industry exposure through events and mentorship for identified disciplines.
b. Take part in the annual UON/TAFE open days and the Annual Tafe TryaSkill event.
c. Look at a suitable Industry program that engages with School students and promotes STEM.

To promote the importance and relevance of member organisations to the CCIC framework and the value of their contribution to the region.

a. Educate Central Coast industry about the business support services available through the member organisations and the positive contributions these organisations make to industry in the region.
b. Allow member organisations the opportunity to promote their organisations at CCIC events.
c. Where possible run co branded events to reinforce the collaborative relationships.

To strengthen the financial sustainability of CCIC.

a. Strengthen financial sponsorship arrangements by delivering tangible value to partners and by encouraging them to be part of CCIC’s success.
b. Promote the positive outcomes of CCIC projects so sponsors can leverage the benefits of supporting these activities.
c. Proactively seek funding from all levels of government.
d. Develop a report card on achievements.

To operate in a transparent and accountable manner.

a. Ensure accounts are maintained and audited to the relevant accounting and legal standards.
b. Hold a Annual General meeting focused on CCIC activities.
c. To set and report against agreed KPI’s.
d. Develop policies that allow easy integration of other potential industry sectors to sit under the CCIC umbrella.