Weekly Bullet Points from the Executive Director, Phil Johns [07 Apr 2016]
- The Australian business groups across ASEAN are jointly conducting a regional survey of our members. The survey was emailed to AusCham’s Corporate and SME Members yesterday.
- Members are invited to provide final feedback on the Investment and Enterprise Laws before 14 April.
- Sundowners is on tonight at 6pm, Sorae. Reminder: all staff of all Member Companies receive free entry.
- Thank you to Interflour Vietnam for yesterday’s AusCham business tour. Interflour is the single biggest importer of Australian wheat and the leading flour miller in southern Vietnam. A malt processing plant is currently being built and when completed, it will be the only producer of malt in Vietnam. See photos.
- All staff of AusCham’s Member Companies are invited to apply for the AusCham-RMIT Executive MBA Scholarship 2016. Information Sessions in HCMC and Hanoi on 21 & 27 April respectively.
- An RMIT MBA Syndicate is investigating how AusCham can provide better service to our members. If you would like to speak to the MBA Syndicate, please email.
- Next Tuesday, 12 April, will be the first meeting of the new Board (under President Chau Ta), since being elected at the 2016/17 AGM.
- For information on Austrade’s Taste of Australia, 15-24 April, visit the dedicated website.
- AustCham Lao is co hosting the ASEAN Women’s Private Sector (Tourism) Forum in Lao. Australia Aid is providing some funding for women in the region to attend.
- Congratulations to the Vietnam Swans who will travel to Kuala Lumpur this weekend to play the Malaysian Warriors – with four Vietnamese players.
- Thank you to new Corporate Members: ITM Management, People Solutions and Vingoat Company. Renewing Corporate Members: Alchemy Asia, Deloitte Vietnam and Grant Thornton (Vietnam). Renewing NGO: Children’s Hope in Action. Renewing Individual: Barry Morgan.
- Thank you to our members below, Banyan Tree Lang Co, RMIT University, Taste of Australia. Also Vietnam Airlines with great deals to Australia from Hanoi.
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