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The AKBC is delighted to announce the appointment of the Hon Simon Crean as our new Chairman.   AKBC Executive Director Liz Griffin said: “The appointment marks an exciting new chapter for the AKBC as we prepare for the 40th annual AKBC-KABC Joint Meeting in Sydney later this year.”   The AKBC farewells and...

The City of Sydney invites global business leaders and entrepreneurs to Sydney for the Future Asia Business Summit 2019 from 23 July – 25 July. This annual event gathers business, policy and thought leaders to meet and discuss economic competitiveness through global engagement, and particularly connections with Asia. This year’s theme –...

Austrade Korea invites you to participate in the Australian Research and Development Commercialisation Mission to Korea, a unique opportunity to explore commercial partnerships with leading Korean conglomerates across multiple innovation streams. The mission provides a platform to showcase your R&D capabilities to the global market by engaging directly with leading Korean...

In October 2018, an Australian delegation of peak business leaders met in Korea for the 39th Joint Meeting between the Australia-Korea Business Council and Korea-Australia Business Council to reflect on the success of the trade partnership and focus on the emerging opportunities with our fourth largest trading partner.  Discussion about emerging...

The Australia-Korea Foundation's role is to promote bilateral relations between Korea and Australia through annual grant funding to organisations and individuals to support activities which advance Australia's engagement with Korea. This can include exchanges, partnerships and other collaborations in the areas of: Building cultural understanding Reciprocal Australian and Korean studies Technological and scientific innovation Trade...

Date: Wednesday 17 April 2019 Location: University of South Australia, Adelaide, South Australia Cost: Free for AKBC members (one representative per company only, $150 + GST for additional representatives), $250 for non-members Time: 9.00am to 1.00pm Registration: Please register via eventbrite here. Please note spaces are limited. Please note this event us supported by the University of South Australia.   The Australia-Korea Business...

A panel of experts discuss what to expect in trade in 2019 The Australia-Korea Business Council and Asia Society invite you to a panel discussion that will explore the implications of the US-China Trade war on the region, developments in regional trade agreements (TPP, RCEP) and offer insights for navigating and bolstering the international and...

AKBC members and guests are invited to a lunchtime briefing with Peter Kim, Investment Strategist at Mirae Asset Daewoo on the 21st of February in Melbourne, where he will talk about his latest research "Survivor Report: Outwit, Outplay,  Outlast." During the briefing, Peter will talk about the following themes about policy...

Fashions of Multicultural Australia (FOMA) is a first-ever national initiative that will generate trade opportunities, integrate cultures and foster social cohesion through the universally binding industry that is fashion.   The Australia-Korea Foundation is proudly supporting this event, and AKBC members are invited to attend. More information can be found here: https://www.gandhicreations.com.au/so/e7MSK1ASD?cid=1652eb96-aad4-432e-8021-ca533ee53a72#/main   Please contact Liz...