“Trading Up: Accessing Opportunities for Australian Business in Asia” is being organised by the Malaysia Australia Business Council and Australian Business Asia* from 10-11 November 2016, at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Malaysia.

Conference fees

The delegate fee for attending the conference is AUD330 (approx 248).

Gala Dinner with Kate Cebrano

To attend the Gala Dinner where Kate Ceberano will sing, add AUD100 (approx USD75).

So, if you do both the Conference and the Gala Dinner, the total price is AUD 430 (approx USD323).

About the Conference

This conference will represent the largest convergence of Australian business chambers in Asia and will bring a target audience of over 300 delegates to Malaysia. These will consist of Australian companies in the early stages of expanding into Asia, Australian companies already established in Asia, and Asian companies with interests in Australia. The conference program will include high profile business leaders from Australia and Asia, covering a wide range of topics with the intention of furthering Australian business interests in the region.

Five key audiences:

  • Australian Companies in the early stages of expanding into Asia
  • Leading Australian Companies already in established in Asia
  • Asian Companies with linkages with Australia or doing business with Australia
  • Government Officials from Australia and Asia at the Federal, State & Local levels
  • Policy makers and Industry representatives in fields of mutual collaboration between Asia & Australia

Guest Speakers include:

  • Derek Kidley, CEO, PwC Consulting, South East Asia, Australia, New Zealand
  • Benyamin Ismail, Chief Executive Officer of AirAsia X Berhad, Malaysia
  • Frans Helleman, Country Director Malaysia & Singapore at CHEP (Malaysia) SDN BHD, Brambles Limited
  • Stuart Mendel, Managing Director of Tun Razak Exchange Lifestyle Quarter, Lendlease
  • Matthew Gaal, Director of Development South East Asia of Woods Bagot Studio
  • Peter G. Fanning, Foreign Legal Consultant of Hutabarat Halim & Rekan Lawyers, Indonesia
  • Chau Ta, President of AusCham Vietnam
  • Tim Harcourt, The Airport Economist

For further information

Please visit www.AusBizAsia.com for more information.

*Australian Business Asia (ABA), the name given to a group of 17 Australian Chambers of Commerce and Business Councils from across Asia. The Malaysia Australia Business Council (MABC) is the Chair of ABA for 2016.