IN:WA welcomes Hatchet and SLICK

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IN:WA welcomes Hatchet and SLICK

IN:WA has continued to grow in the last month, with both Hatchet and SLICK Design signing up as the 17th and 18th members respectively, bringing IN:WA’s 2023 goal of 20 members well within sight.


IN:WA’s Interim Chair, Jeff Champtaloup, said: “We continue to see a common thread amongst our member agencies, with agency leaders wanting to represent a sustainable and high calibre industry that benefits Western Australia.”

Daniel Gouvignon, Director of Hatchet, said: “My career started alongside Distl and Workhouse. To now sit alongside these fellow members, and other incredible agencies, is a testament to how much of an impact advocating for WA-jobs-first can have.”

The positive contribution independents can have as a collective is recognised by George Vasiliou of SLICK. “At SLICK, we believe that a truly lasting impact comes from working together. By joining IN:WA alongside our agency peers, we seek to contribute to the ongoing efforts to build a better industry in WA’s vibrant creative community. We share IN:WA’s commitment to advocate and strengthen local businesses and look forward to the valuable conversations and cooperation this organisation will generate.”

As part of this commitment to creating a positive platform for our member businesses, IN:WA hosted its second Owners + Leaders Assembly in September. For owners, executives and senior leaders, O+LA presents a very unique space in which opportunities and challenges can be openly shared within the group. The next O+LA will be a Christmas event held in December.

In the meantime, if you want to get a feel for other IN:WA events, tickets are now available for our next panel event on Thursday 26 October. ‘Concept to Copyright: The Value of Intellectual Property’ will draw on industry experts to better understand how IP is defined, protected and commercialised across our industry. Tickets available via Eventbrite.

To learn more about IN:WA, visit

IN:WA welcomes Hatchet and SLICK