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The annual joint meeting of the Australia-Korea Business Council (AKBC) and Korea-Australia Business Council (KABC) will bring together leaders from business, government and other key institutions for the premier event on the Australia-Korea business calendar.
This year’s meeting will focus on:
- strategic and institutional investment
- energy, resources and infrastructure
- food, agriculture and nutraceuticals
- the ‘fourth’ industrial revolution (renewable energy, autonomous vehicles, medical devices, medtech and foodtech)
Priorities will be to generate new trade and investment outcomes, develop new business partnerships and R&D collaborations, and help shape government policy.
More than 200 influencers and decision-makers will attend this year’s gathering. Last year’s meeting included:
- strategic, financial and institutional investors
- infrastructure fund managers
- developers with a range of interests, including construction and renewables
- ASX-listed resource companies
- commercial and investment banks
- federal and state government agencies
- peak industry bodies
- leading university researchers.
This is a unique opportunity to mingle and connect with the who’s who of the Australia-Korea business world. The 2016 meeting resulted in more than A$1.15 billion of new investment in Australia-Korea business projects.
This year’s event will be held in Brisbane for the first time. It will also host the inaugural Future Leaders Roundtable for young Australia-Korea business professionals.
The joint meeting will include:
- welcome dinner at Queensland Art Gallery
- extensive speaker program
- breakfast briefing with Australian Ambassador to Korea
- Future Leaders Program for young professionals
- business site visits
- social activities, including VIP events and visits to premier tourist attractions and golf resorts
- closing cocktail reception.
See the AKBC website for the full meeting agenda with program details.
|Date||Sunday 12 November – Tuesday 14 November 2017|
|Time and Location||See the full meeting agenda for times and venues.|
|Cost||See the registration page for cost details.|
Join us to:
- understand the latest Australia-Korea trends and opportunities
- advance new export and investment deals
- build your networks with influencers and decision-makers
- help shape future government policy.
Registration and more information
Enquiries: email firstname.lastname@example.org