The French-Australian Chamber of Commerce is pleased to invite you to its second Transport & Infrastructure event of the year to discuss the urgent infrastructure challenge presented by increasing levels of landfill, and how we can adapt/adopt/leverage technology solutions that have already been tried and tested in Europe.
A significant new fund announced in this year’s Queensland state budget will be made available to private companies and local governments to contribute toward the establishment of large scale infrastructure to assist with a move towards a European model of turning household and other waste into energy.
The one-day conference with up to 300 delegates will focus on German-Australian trade and business topics and explore how Australian and German businesses can engage in even closer, mutually beneficial collaboration, particularly in the context of the latest geopolitical developments.
Federal Ministers Steven Ciobo and Josh Frydenberg together with business leaders from Australia and beyond will elaborate on trade and energy strategies respectively, and discuss new investment and trade opportunities, taking into account the current negotiations for the Australia-EU Free Trade Agreement.
Other panel topics of bilateral relevance include Disruptive Technologies that affect businesses across all industries, including Digitalisation, Machine Learning and Big Data, Mobility and Infrastructure, and the challenges of the Future Work Force. Delegates will be able to expand their professional bilateral network at side events and through a networking app, adding additional value to this unique, one-day event.
AFL Europe is supporting a day of Australian Rules football at the iconic grounds of the Honourable Artillery Company. There are two games preceded by a full hospitality lunch where medals will be presented to players and cups to winning captains. We are hopeful of VIP attendance. The teams are representative and traditional: Victorians v Allies. For the Victorians, the traditional “Big V” strip will be worn.
Join the Sydney Vietnam Academic Leadership Group for a gathering of University of Sydney researchers with an interest in Vietnam supported by the University of Sydney Business School and the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre . Researchers and Educators representing all faculties of the university are in attendance including; Arts and Social Sciences, Business, Health Sciences, Science, Medicine and Health, Engineering and Information Techologies and Schools of Architecture, Design and Planning, Conservatorium of Music and Law.
The Symposium will include discussion on Social science research, Health research and Science research in Vietnam and ways of developing new research collaborations and expand existing collaborations across the University.
The 2018 Singapore Advance Born Global Salon with special guest Si Chen, Head of Strategy for Tencent AI Lab will explore developments in AI globally, opportunities for Australian companies to embrace AI and for international Australians to lead new technology fields.
Held as part of the Australian High Commission's Good Science = Great Business 2018 Festival of Innovation, the Salon is one of more than 35 events held in Singapore throughout September. Find out more about the Festival and events here.
The Australia-United Kingdom Chamber of Commerce is pleased to be taking part in the 10th annual International Tasting: Wine, Spirits & Beer event and sharing a taste of our country.
The French-Australian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (FACCI), The French Australian Lawyers Society (FALS), French Business School Alumni in Australia (FBSAA), French Professionals Australia (FPA) & PwC have teamed up to organise monthly drinks at Sofitel Wentworth. Everyone is welcome.
Organised in partnership between the French-Australian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (FACCI), The French Australian Lawyers Society (FALS), French Business School Alumni in Australia (FBSAA), French Professionals Australia(FPA) & PwC, this informal networking event takes places on the last Thursday of every month at the Pullman Adelaide. Everyone is welcome.
The French-Australian Chamber of Commerce & Industry(FACCI), The French Australian Lawyers Society (FALS), French Business School Alumni in Australia (FBSAA) & PwC organise informal networking drinks from 6pm on the last Thursday of every month. Everyone is welcome.
Australia’s High Commissioner to Singapore, HE Bruce Gosper, would be delighted if you could join him at the Good Science = Great Business 2018Gala Dinner on Thursday 27 September 2018. The Gala Dinner concludes the Good Science = Great Business 2018: An Australian Festival of Innovation in Singapore and ASEAN throughout the month of September.
The Gala Dinner will highlight events and outcomes of the Festival. It will feature a keynote address from Professor Brian P. Schmidt AC FAA FRS, Nobel Laureate and Vice-Chancellor, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Australian National University.
The Australia-United Kingdom Chamber of Commerce and National Australia Bank are pleased to invite you to the Australia & New Zealand Annual Reception. Hosted by HE the Rt Hon Sir Jerry Mateparae GNZM, QSO, KStJ, New Zealand High Comissioner to the UK and HE the Hon George Brandis QC, Australian High Commissioner to the UK.
With shared history, values and institutions, shared culture and connections, a healthy sporting rivalry and one of the most comprehensive bilateral free trade agreements in existence, the Australia-New Zealand relationship is one worth celebrating.
The Faculty of Business, Economics and Law in partnership with The University of Queensland in America, Inc. (TUQIA) proudly presents the fifth annual UQ Rugby Benefit Dinner in support of the UQ rugby scholar athlete and UQ Rugby Club.
Join UQ alumni, friends and business colleagues for a fantastic evening of rugby festivities in central New York City.
This year's stellar lineup includes Australian rugby legends Mark Ella AM, Glen Ella, Gary Ella, rising sevens star Mackenzie Sadler, and Wallaby Hall of Famer Dr Mark Loane AM as the panel MC.
Join AustCham for a fireside chat with John Wood with moderator Melissa Brown
On Saturday September 15, 2018 The Australian Community, in collaboration with The Bowling Green Association, will again be continuing a tradition of raising the Australian flag to commemorate the Ten Australians who perished on 9/11.
This will be the seventh year of this tradition, and will take place at the Charging Bull Triangle near Bowling Green, located at the end of Broadway in Lower Manhattan.
For the last ten years YOW! has brought over 200 International Software Experts from around the world to over 30,000 software professionals in Australia. For the second year in a row, we're bringing them to Hong Kong. Come to this world renowned conference to discover the latest trends in development and delivery and network with fellow developers
Mentor Walks bring together established women leaders and emerging women leaders in our community to connect, learn, mentor and share experiences. As they walk, they discuss their professional and personal challenges, successes, aspirations, and lessons learned. Join AustCham Beijing for their September walk.
Join Aussie Founders for an evening where we go deep into space [technology] with Dr Chris Boshuizen a physicist, co-founder of Planet Labs who also has a goal to make space travel as easy as catching a bus!
G’Day USA’s Australia Rocks the Pier is held on Santa Monica’s iconic pier as part of the annual Twilight Concert Series – one of the largest and most successful free festival-style concert series in Southern California. The 9th annual Australia Rocks the Pier will feature performances by contemporary Australian artists and tourism activations. In addition, G’Day USA, in collaboration with APRA, holds a contest giving an emerging Australian artist a chance to perform as the opening act. Australia Rocks the Pier is historically one of the most popular concerts in the series regularly attracting 20,000+ cheering fans.
Irrespective of diplomatic up and downs, Chinese citizens’ perception of Australia is extremely positive. However, in the world’s most competitive market, there is always the opportunity to better use elements of our national image to gain further cut-through and advantage.
Join AustCham Shanghai for a session on how to leverage your Australian-ness in China
The German-Australian Chamber of Industry and Commerce, together with its Executive Member Rheinmetall Defence Australia, invites you to a Business Dinner at Blackbird Restaurant overlooking the Brisbane River and Story Bridge.
The evening will consist of welcome drinks and canapes, followed by a three-course sit-down dinner featuring local Queensland fresh produce and have the opportunity to hear from the Chamber’s new Executive Director, Alexandra Voss, who kindly agreed to moderate the discussion. This event will also be an opportunity to mix and mingle with members of the Chamber Board and the Queensland Chapter Executives.
When people think of sustainability themes, they often focus on the environmental consequences of corporate activities. Increasingly the spotlight is on the social and human rights implications of business activities nowadays.
The upcoming Born Global Hong Kong Salon is a special event celebrating 2018 Advance Agriculture Award Finalist, Dalene Wray, Managing Director of OBE. Dalene will be joined in conversation by award-winning international Australian journalist, Sarah Clarke.
Dalene is a trail-blazing woman in the traditional world of agriculture. In addition her recognition from Advance, Dalene is the recipient of the 2018 Chief Executive Women - Austrade ‘Women in Export Scholarship’ to Harvard Business School, and the Queensland Country Life ‘Beef Achiever of the Year’ Award – the first woman in the award’s history.
At this event Dalene will share stories from her work and life, from growing up in rural Queensland to leading global growth of an Australian company, her thoughts on the rise of "impossible" meats, consumer trends, and innovations in the food industry.
Join former Sydney-siders Georgia Clark (The Bucket List, The Regulars) and Lexi Freiman (Inappropriation) for a lively discussion about literature and life as a novelist in New York City. They’ll be in conversation about their process, how to write and sell a book, their critically acclaimed new novels and how to make a living as a creative in this big, bad city that we all love.
Join us for an evening in conversation with Tim Olsen, one of Australia's most recognised and respected art identities and successful gallery owners, Australian Artist Dale Frank and Serafina Maiorano, Global CEO, Advance.
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With a panel of speakers from key banks including Westpac and ING and fintech unicorn Revolut, join the Australia United Kingdom Chamber of Commerce for a breakfast briefing which will explore the opportunities, and limits, of AI in the UK’s biggest economic sector.
The Sommerfest will take place in Grunewald with a number of participating associations. The event will be enriched by DJ Thomas Uhlemann’s music and culinary delights will be supplied. Partners and children are also welcome and there will be competitions and games especially for children. Children under 12 are admitted free of charge. This event is a great chance for business networking with fellow German Australian Business Council corporates, members and friends.
Join America's most influential newspaper columnist as she talks gender, politics and the current administration with celebrated journalist and global Australian, Julia Baird. In Ms. Dowd'a 35 year career at the Times, she has covered seven presidential campaigns and served as White House correspondent, winning a Pulitzer Prize for her series of columns on the Monica Lewinsky scandal.