Australian Organisations in Asia Directory - Asia (Other)
Asialink is Australia’s leading centre for building Asia capability, public understanding of Asia, and appreciation of Australia’s role in the Asian region.
We work with business, government, philanthropic and cultural partners to initiate and strengthen Australia-Asia engagement on all levels and across all sectors.
Asialink was founded in 1990 with the support of The Myer Foundation and The University of Melbourne . We established a Sydney office in 2013 and ourAsialink Leaders Program runs each year in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.
Our business capability division – Asialink Business – works with assistance from the Commonwealth Department of Industry and the Australian business community to equip Australia’s workforce to engage successfully with the Asian region.
Our sister organisation, the Asia Education Foundation, is Australia's leading organisation dedicated to advocating and supporting the study of Asia and Asian languages in primary and secondary schools.
Atlas Wealth Management
Atlas Wealth Management is a specialist in providing financial advice to Australian expatriates. Whether you are based inShanghai, Dubai or further afield, we have the experience in providing wealth management services to the expatriatecommunity.
Australian Institute of Building
Founded in 1951, incorporated in 1955 and granted a Royal Charter in 1969, the Australian Institute of Building (AIB) is an association of building professionals, associate professionals and technicians engaged in building practice, teaching or research throughout Australia and overseas.
The mission of AIB is to be a leading body of focus for the building industry, valued for its services to its members, reflecting its ideals for education, standards and ethics and the source of authoritative and visionary comment on behalf of professionals in the industry.
Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia
The Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia was constituted by Royal Charter in 1928. It operates under a Supplemental Royal Charter granted by the Governor-General on behalf of Queen Elizabeth II on 22 August 2007.
The Institute has formal overseas Members' Groups established in many countries. Groups are currently established in Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, the United Kingdom and the United States.
Each group arranges its own activities and is managed by a committee lead by a Group Chairman. Group activities include CPE, networking, representation to government and community bodies as well as various social activities.
The Save Australia Cooperative came into being in December 1999, following approval from the Registrar of Cooperatives, Office of Fair Trading, Queensland Government.
On 2nd February 2010, the Registrar approved the name change to Support Australia Cooperative, following endorsement by the members in General Meeting.
The idea behind its formation was to bring together like-minded people who wanted to pool their money into supporting Australian companies and inventions, and keep the profits in Australia, at a time when the takeover of Australian companies by foreign interests was reaching overwhelming proportions.
Tourism Australia is the Australian Government agency responsible for attracting international visitors to Australia and encouraging Australians to travel domestically, both for leisure and business events. The organisation is active in around 30 key markets and activities include advertising, PR and media programs, trade shows and industry programs, consumer promotions, online communications and consumer research.