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Melbourne: Australia-Germany Business Summit
Sep
21
to Oct 8

Melbourne: Australia-Germany Business Summit

  • 25 Collins Street Melbourne 3000 Australia (map)
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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. 

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Sydney: French - Aussie drinks
Sep
27
5:45 PM17:45

Sydney: French - Aussie drinks

  • Sofitel Wentworth Level 5 61-101 Phillip Street Sydney, NSW 2000 (map)
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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.

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Adelaide: French - Aussie drinks
Sep
27
6:00 PM18:00

Adelaide: French - Aussie drinks

  • Pullman Adelaide 16 Hindmarsh Square Adelaide, SA 5000 (map)
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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. 

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Sydney: Sydney Vietnam Symposium
Sep
21
12:30 PM12:30

Sydney: Sydney Vietnam Symposium

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.

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Brisbane: Waste to Energy: the $2.5 billion infrastructure plan to turn your rubbish into energy
Sep
21
7:00 AM07:00

Brisbane: Waste to Energy: the $2.5 billion infrastructure plan to turn your rubbish into energy

  • Holding Redlich Level 1/300 Queen Street, Brisbane City QLD 4000 (map)
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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.

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Brisbane: How does defence technology support the Australia – Germany relationship?
Sep
11
7:00 PM19:00

Brisbane: How does defence technology support the Australia – Germany relationship?

  • Blackbird Bar and Grill, Riverside Centre 123 Eagle Street Brisbane City 4000 (map)
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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.

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Sydney: Born Global Salon with Maureen Dowd
Aug
29
6:00 PM18:00

Sydney: Born Global Salon with Maureen Dowd

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. 

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Melbourne: Young Professional International Networking Drinks
Aug
28
5:30 PM17:30

Melbourne: Young Professional International Networking Drinks

  • European Bier Cafe Aer Bar 120 Exhibition Street Melbourne, VIC 3000 (map)
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Join FACCI this Tuesday 28 August and network with the international business community in Melbourne! They are partnering with the German-Australian Chamber of Commerce & Industry and the Australia China Business Council to give young leaders the opportunity to network with their  counterparts and grow their international business opportunities.

This free event is ideal for young professionals, entrepreneurs and graduates.

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Sydney: What the future holds for Australian businesses in Indonesia
Aug
24
6:00 PM18:00

Sydney: What the future holds for Australian businesses in Indonesia

  • Herbert Smith Freehills 34/161 Castlereagh Street Sydney, NSW 2000 Australia (map)
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Asialink Business in collaboration with the Australia Indonesia Business Council and Herbert Smith Freehills are delighted to invite you to attend Predictions and opportunities: What the future holds for Australian businesses in Indonesia

With sustained growth of around 5 per cent a year for the past two decades, Indonesia is the largest economy in Southeast Asia and on track to become one of the world’s largest economies by 2030. It is home to over 260 million people and boasts a wealth of natural resources. Indonesia’s digital economy is growing rapidly, with over 120 million mobile internet users, dynamic e-commerce sector and over 1700 digital start-ups.

According to global management consultancy, McKinsey&Company, with rapid urbanization and rising incomes, an estimated 90 million Indonesians will join the ranks of the consuming class by 2030. 

Indonesia’s long-term fundamentals—high private consumption, positive demographics, and rapid urbanization – create significant opportunities for Australian business in traditional sectors including mining, and evolving markets such as international education. The proposed Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership (IA-CEPA) can play an important role in enhancing market access and bilateral investment, as will further reform and de-regulation by the Indonesian Government. 

However, the Indonesian market is not without its challenges, including its significant size and diversity, infrastructure bottlenecks, regulatory uncertainty and a growing skills gap. To navigate those issues and drive impact, business needs granular insight into the Indonesian economic and political landscape.

As Indonesia’s 2019 General Election approaches, our expert panellists will share their insights on the longer term political outlook for Indonesia, prospects for reform, the business climate and the Australia-Indonesia bilateral relationship – which will shape the prospects for Australian companies into the future. 

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Perth: What the future holds for Australian businesses in Indonesia
Aug
22
6:00 PM18:00

Perth: What the future holds for Australian businesses in Indonesia

  • Herbert Smith Freehills QV.1 Building Level 36/250 St Georges Terrace Perth, WA 6000 Australia (map)
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Asialink Business in collaboration with the Australia Indonesia Business Council and Herbert Smith Freehills are delighted to invite you to attend Predictions and opportunities: What the future holds for Australian businesses in Indonesia

With sustained growth of around 5 per cent a year for the past two decades, Indonesia is the largest economy in Southeast Asia and on track to become one of the world’s largest economies by 2030. It is home to over 260 million people and boasts a wealth of natural resources. Indonesia’s digital economy is growing rapidly, with over 120 million mobile internet users, dynamic e-commerce sector and over 1700 digital start-ups.

According to global management consultancy, McKinsey&Company, with rapid urbanization and rising incomes, an estimated 90 million Indonesians will join the ranks of the consuming class by 2030. 

Indonesia’s long-term fundamentals—high private consumption, positive demographics, and rapid urbanization – create significant opportunities for Australian business in traditional sectors including mining, and evolving markets such as international education. The proposed Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership (IA-CEPA) can play an important role in enhancing market access and bilateral investment, as will further reform and de-regulation by the Indonesian Government. 

However, the Indonesian market is not without its challenges, including its significant size and diversity, infrastructure bottlenecks, regulatory uncertainty and a growing skills gap. To navigate those issues and drive impact, business needs granular insight into the Indonesian economic and political landscape.

As Indonesia’s 2019 General Election approaches, our expert panellists will share their insights on the longer term political outlook for Indonesia, prospects for reform, the business climate and the Australia-Indonesia bilateral relationship – which will shape the prospects for Australian companies into the future.

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Melbourne: What the future holds for Australian businesses in Indonesia
Aug
20
6:00 PM18:00

Melbourne: What the future holds for Australian businesses in Indonesia

  • Herbert Smith Freehills 42/101 Collins Street Melbourne, VIC 3000 Australia (map)
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Asialink Business in collaboration with the Australia Indonesia Business Council and Herbert Smith Freehills are delighted to invite you to attend Predictions and opportunities: What the future holds for Australian businesses in Indonesia (Melbourne) 

With sustained growth of around 5 per cent a year for the past two decades, Indonesia is the largest economy in Southeast Asia and on track to become one of the world’s largest economies by 2030. It is home to over 260 million people and boasts a wealth of natural resources. Indonesia’s digital economy is growing rapidly, with over 120 million mobile internet users, dynamic e-commerce sector and over 1700 digital start-ups.

According to global management consultancy, McKinsey&Company, with rapid urbanization and rising incomes, an estimated 90 million Indonesians will join the ranks of the consuming class by 2030. 

Indonesia’s long-term fundamentals—high private consumption, positive demographics, and rapid urbanization – create significant opportunities for Australian business in traditional sectors including mining, and evolving markets such as international education. The proposed Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership (IA-CEPA) can play an important role in enhancing market access and bilateral investment, as will further reform and de-regulation by the Indonesian Government. 

However, the Indonesian market is not without its challenges, including its significant size and diversity, infrastructure bottlenecks, regulatory uncertainty and a growing skills gap. To navigate those issues and drive impact, business needs granular insight into the Indonesian economic and political landscape.

As Indonesia’s 2019 General Election approaches, our expert panellists will share their insights on the longer term political outlook for Indonesia, prospects for reform, the business climate and the Australia-Indonesia bilateral relationship – which will shape the prospects for Australian companies into the future.

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Melbourne: Local Luxury Breakfast Seminar with A-ESQUE
Aug
17
8:30 AM08:30

Melbourne: Local Luxury Breakfast Seminar with A-ESQUE

  • International Chamber House 121 Exhibition Street Level 5 Melbourne, VIC 3000 (map)
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The French-Australian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (FACCI) Retail & Luxury Industry Focus Group is delighted to invite you to a breakfast seminar with Amanda Briskin-Rettig, Founder and Creative Director of A-ESQUE.

Amanda will share key lessons learned and those she is still learning when it comes to creating a desirable product, as well as exploring the implications on retail experience, the current climate and the local market as part of a global game.

Join them for an in-depth presentation and the opportunity to network with members of the Retail & Luxury industry on Friday 17 August at ICH, Melbourne.

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Sydney: Cybersecurity - From Hollywood fantasy to business reality
Aug
14
5:30 PM17:30

Sydney: Cybersecurity - From Hollywood fantasy to business reality

  • EY Level 35, 200 George Street Sydney, NSW 2000 (map)
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Cybersecurity risk has been universally acknowledged as one of the key issues facing businesses and corporations of all sizes, with annual global spend on cyber-security products and services extending into the tens of billions and continuing on an upward trajectory. The French-Australian Chamber of Commerce is pleased to invite you to attend a presentation by an esteemed panel that will address the trends and challenges in this area from legal, consulting, technological and financial perspectives.

 

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