Search the directory
To search the directory and grow your network:
Log in to your Wilam account at www.wilam.com.
Click Directory on the top of the page.
If you know a person’s name, enter their First Name and Last Name and click Search Directory. If they are in the directory, you will find their details and can send them a message or add as a contact.
If you want to find contacts at a company, enter the Company Name and click Search Directory. If the company is on Wilam, you will see a list of staff who have joined and can send them a message or add as a contact.
Please note that if there is a big list of contacts, you can narrow your search by also searching by Community Type, Community Name, City, Country, sector or keyword, and clicking Search Directory.
Search content on Wilam
To search content or information on Wilam:
Enter your keyword/s in the search bar on top right-hand side of a Wilam page.
Sort by relevance if required.
If you wish to narrow down your search by content type, in the All Content section, click on the relevant category: Announcements, Communities, Discussion Threads, Events, Library Entries, Q&A Threads or Web Pages.
If you wish to narrow down your search using filters, in the More Filters section, click on Community, Formal Tags, Comments, User Tags or Created and select relevant option.
You can find the Wilam Terms and Conditions here
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Wilam means home in the Woi-wurrung language of the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation, the Traditional Owners of the lands on which we are based.We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the unceded lands and waters of Victoria, the Bunurong, Eastern Maar, Gunaikurnai, Wadawurrung and Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung peoples, on which we live and work. We pay respect to their Elders past and present. We acknowledge the significant contribution that they and other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have made and continue to make to the research and knowledge systems that inform our community and our sector. We acknowledge that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people continue to live in a spiritual and sacred relationship with this country and recognise our responsibility to continue to work towards reconciliation.