The Australia-Brazil Chamber of Commerce (ABCC) has capped off a big 2023 with a range of event across the country in recent months, including in Sydney, Brisbane, Perth and Melbourne.
All event featured a wide mix of business professionals, academics, entrepreneurs, and government representatives taking advantage of the Chamber’s unique platform for fostering relationships and contributing to the strengthening of ties between Australia and Brazil. .
Beyond the upcoming Multi Chamber Business Luncheon with the Federal Minister for Trade in Sydney this Wednesday 22 November (tickets still available), the ABCC will also be running a number of end of year networking events, including a recently announced event in Perth. Keep a close eye on the ABCC events page for full details.
Fresh off the heels of a highly successful Brazil Week on the east coast, the ABCC's WA team will welcome the new Honorary State Consul for WA, Carlos Damski (more details here), and Vice Consul Cema Santos, at this casual networking event on 18 October at ARARA in Perth. For more details and to register visit the ABCC event page here.
The ABCC is proud to support the upcoming Asia Pacific Cities Summit (2023APCS) and Mayors’ Forum, which is set to return to Brisbane from 11 – 13 October 2023, bringing together worldwide leaders and innovative speakers to share ground-breaking ideas and unlock new opportunities for cities. The Brazilian city of Florianopolis will be represented at this year's event. For more details, click HERE
Widely considered the region's "greatest innovation event", the International Industry Innovation Summit is organized by the Brazilian National Confederation of Industry (CNI, acronym in Portuguese) and by the Brazilian Service of Support for Micro and Small Enterprises (Sebrae, acronym in Portuguese), in partnership with the Industry Social Service (SESI), the National Service for Industrial Training (SENAI) e Euvaldo Lodi Institute (IEL).
Importantly, the Summit will be streamed virtually on September 27-28. Registration is available HERE.
The ABCC is pleased to support this event and looks forward to the 2023 edition. Please find more information HERE.
Later this year the ABCC will proudly deliver the second edition of Brazil Week, seeking to promote bilateral trade between Australia and Brazil and increase awareness of Australia-Brazil business opportunities. As an important member of the ABCC network, we invite you to consider a sponsorship package for Brazil Week 2023.
Click to see Brazil Week 2023 Sponsorship Opportunities
Farmer Thiago Macitelli was part of a group of 10 Nuffield Scholars from six countries that spent four days in Kununurra, from May 29 to June 1, meeting with local farmers, agricultural businesses and the Ord River District Co-operative. Read more about the visit HERE / Source: Countryman
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