[Photo caption: AusCham (Chau Ta) and the Victorian Government (the Hon. Philip Dalidakis) will sign an agreement to foster closer ties on 28 March 2017.]

AusCham’s President Chau Ta will sign an agreement with the Victorian Government’s Minister for Small Business, Innovation and Trade and International Education, the Hon. Philip Dalidakis to foster closer ties (the Victorian Government has been a member of AusCham for several years already). This event, commencing at 7pm, shall be held in the presence of Mr Brett Stevens, Victorian Commissioner for South East Asia, immediately after our Annual General Meeting on Tuesday 28 March.

The Hon. Mr Philip Dalidakis will be delighted to meet with the extended AusCham community, Victorian alumni, current and potential trade and investment partners, government officials and friends of Victoria at this event.


Registrations are essential. To register your interest in attending, please email events@auschamvn.org

Numbers are strictly limited. AusCham’s members shall be given priority.

About the Minister for Small Business, Innovation and Trade and International Education

Philip was educated at Monash University and the University of NSW. He has a master’s degree in Commerce and a double degree in Business (Management) and Arts (politics and Thai language). He speaks Greek and Thai.

Philip has worked in both the private sector and in government. He worked as an analyst with Deloitte, as a senior property accountant with Centro Properties Group, and as a financial controller with Boston Umbrella. He was chief executive officer of the Victorian Association of Forest Industries from 2007 to 2011. In government, he was deputy chief of staff to Senator Stephen Conroy, Minister for Broadband, in 2011-12. From 2012 to 2014 he ran his own business, SCG Advisory.



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