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3 MAY - AustCham Evening Briefing “South Australia’s 10 Economic Priorities and Potential Destination for Your Business Growth”

  • Wednesday, May 03, 2017
  • 17:00 - 18:00
  • Persimmon (11th Floor), Banyan Tree Bangkok

Registration

  • This type of booking can be made by only one employee of AustCham Member. If you want to register more guests from same company please select "Multiple registrations from the same member company"
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**Booking is now closed; walk-ins are welcome**

South Australia has a strong and historic connection with South East Asia. The region presents opportunities arising from its growing urban populations, rising income and increasingly modern infrastructure and industries.

South East Asia is undergoing significant economic, political, social and demographic change. It is a region of enormous economic potential – and South Australia is in the ideal location to capitalize on its increasing demand for world – class goods and services.

The South Australian Government has committed to close engagement with South East Asia, and in particular ASEAN member states.

Cooperation extends to security, culture, trade, education, people exchange and various forms of development activities. Free Trade Agreements between Australia and the Region are being systematically negotiated.

In 2015 the Government of South Australia launched the South Australia - South East Asia Engagement Strategy to support endeavors to increase the State’s profile and presence in the region.

The Strategy supports the Government to help businesses gain new markets, strengthen the State’s knowledge base and generate new employment opportunities.

Please come and join us to explore more of South Australia's 10 Economic Priorities and potential destination for your business growth

Event Details

Date: Wednesday 3 May 2017

Time: 17.00 - 18.00 

Guest Speakers: 

  • Michael Guerin, Director – South East Asia, Department of State Development, Government of South Australia || Bio
  • Jing Li, Director of Investment Attraction South Australia || Bio

Presentation and discussion on the topic of “South Australia’s 10 Economic Priorities and potential destination for your business growth


Cost: free of charge (for member only)

Location:Persimmon (11th Floor), Banyan Tree Bangkok   

Transportation: Lumpini MRT Station

**AustCham is holding a Sundowners after the Evening Briefing. For more details, click **


AustCham would like to thank our sponsors;


South Australia - South East Asia Engagement Strategy

South Australia has a strong and historic connection with South East Asia. The region presents opportunities arising from its growing urban populations, rising income and increasingly modern infrastructure and industries.

The South Australian Government has committed to close engagement with South East Asia, and in particular ASEAN member states.

Cooperation extends to security, culture, trade, education, people exchange and various forms of development activities. Free Trade Agreements between Australia and the Region are being systematically negotiated.

In 2015 the Government of South Australia launched the South Australia - South East Asia Engagement Strategy to support endeavors to increase the State’s profile and presence in the region.

http://www.statedevelopment.sa.gov.au/



Banyan Tree

A monthly Sundowners this May not to be missed at Banyan Tree Bangkok’s newest sky-high cocktail lounge Vertigo TOO! With stunning views of Bangkok from its vantage location on the 60th Floor, this captivating soiree will take your evening to new altitude and attitude, surpassing your expectations and any experience you’ve ever had before! For this special night, in addition to signature cross-cultural culinary creations, the chefs have put together an enticing selection of traditional and mouthwatering Aussie pub grub and sweet treats!

http://www.banyantree.com/en/ap-thailand-bangkok

Australian-Thai Chamber of Commerce

20 Floor, Unit 203, Thai CC Tower
43 South Sathorn Road   ·   Bangkok Thailand 10120

Tel: +66 2 210 0216   ·   Fax: +66 2 675 6696   ·   office@austchamthailand.com

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