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2017 Joint Meeting

Agenda (Draft)

Creating a New Era of Growth: Stronger Together!

Sunday 12 November

11.00AM Golf round at the Sanctuary Cove Golf and Country Club, including a short game lesson with Mr Matthew Ballard (Adam’s Scott’s short game coach), limited spaces available. Bus departing the Hilton Hotel at 10.00AM.

Monday 13 November

8.00AM – 9.00AM Future Leaders Breakfast (Hilton Hotel)

9.30AM – 11.30AM Future Leaders Roundtable (for Future Leader participants only)

12.00PM – 1.30PM Korean Corporate Cultural Intelligence workshop over lunch (Herbert Smith Freehills, Brisbane office)

2.00PM – 4.00PM (Option One) Site visit to the Start-up Precinct, home to River City Labs, Data61, eHealth Queensland and Softbank (Fortitude Valley)

2.00PM – 4.00PM (Option Two) Services Sector Promotion Forum

4.30PM – 5.30PM Australian Wine Tasting (VVIP, invitation only)

6.15PM – 9.30PM Welcome Dinner, Queensland Art Gallery

Tuesday 14 November

Breakfast at the Hilton Hotel

7.15AM – 8.45 AM  Breakfast with briefing by the Australian Ambassador to Korea

38th Joint Meeting at the Hilton Hotel

8.45AM – 9.15AM Joint Meeting Registration

9.15AM – 5.00PM 38th AKBC-KABC Joint Meeting (see details below)

5.00PM – 7.00PM Cocktail Reception

Agenda

Opening remarks

Opening & welcoming remarks by two Chairman (Hon Mark Vaile AO and Dr Kwon Ohjoon)

 

Key note speeches 

Australian Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment (invited)

Korean Government Official (invited)

 

Session One:  Latest developments with Korean strategic & institutional investors

New and evolving opportunities with Korean institutional investors

New and evolving opportunities with Korean strategic investors

Panel discussion and Q&A

 

Morning Tea

 

Session Two: Infrastructure, Energy and Resources

The future of coal and the implications and opportunities for Australia and Korea

The future of LNG and the implications and opportunities for Australia and Korea

Greenfield and secondary market infrastructure opportunities in Australia

Panel discussion and Q&A

 

Lunch (hosted by the Korea-Australia Business Council)

 

Session Three: The Fourth Industrial Revolution

Emerging opportunities in renewable energy, energy storage systems and waste to energy

Emerging opportunities in food technology

Emerging opportunities in medtech and medical devices

Panel discussion and Q&A

 

Afternoon Tea

 

Session Four: Food, Agribusiness & Nutraceuticals

New and evolving opportunities for premium processed food and beverage items in Korea

New and evolving opportunities in agribusiness between Australia and Korea

New and evolving opportunities in nutraceuticals between Australia and Korea

Panel discussion and Q&A

 

Outcomes report SSPF

Outcomes report Future Leaders Roundtable

 

Joint statement signing by two Chairman & closing remarks