Connecting the Region

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About the forum

The Chamber of Commerce, Northern Territory will host a forum attracting senior representative’s from Chambers of Commerce within Australia and across the Asian Region including; Cambodia, China, Guam, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, PNG, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Timor Leste, and Vietnam, to discuss key issues facing the growth of business in our Region.

Topics in the preliminary program include:

  • - Economic Outlook for the Asia/Australia Region over the next 10 years
  • - Business Opportunities and Challenges for Regional Tourism Growth
  • - New Infrastructure and Supply Chain Developments in our Region
  • - Improving Regional Connectivity - including Transport and Communication links
  • - Strengthening Global Entrepreneurship across the Region
  • - Opportunities for strengthening regional business partnerships and networks

We invite you to join us for this international forum to discuss regional Asian and Australian business issues.

This key business event will be held in Darwin, Asia’s Gateway with Australia, and convened by the Chamber of Commerce of the Northern Territory.

 

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Preliminary program

Topics in the preliminary program include:

  • • Business Opportunities and Challenges for Regional Tourism Growth
  • • New Infrastructure and Supply Chain Developments in our Region
  • • Improving Regional Connectivity – including Transport and Communication links
  • • Strengthening Global Entrepreneurship across the Region
  • • Opportunities for strengthening regional business partnerships and networks

About Darwin

Venue

SKYCITY Hotel Casino

SKYCITY Darwin’s conference and meeting facilities are among the finest in Northern Australia.

Nestled on 30 acres of tropical gardens alongside the Arafura Sea, SKYCITY’s bustling casino is teamed with amazing accommodation and dining options, and conference and event facilities.

Darwin is arguably Australia’s most cosmopolitan city, boasting a population made up of people from more than 60 nationalities and 70 different ethnic backgrounds. The city’s multicultural mix is particularly highlighted by its many exciting ethnic cultural festivals and weekly food and craft markets.

In business and industry circles, Darwin is described as Australia’s gateway with Asia.

Darwin is the main service centre for a wide range of industries headed by mining, offshore oil and gas production, pastoralism, tourism and tropical horticulture. The Port of Darwin is also the main outlet for Australia’s live cattle export trade into South East Asia.

Darwin is three to four hours from most Australian capital cities, two hours from Denpasar, Five hours from Shenzhen and approx. four hours from Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. International routes are serviced by Jetstar, Donghai Airlines , AirNorth and Silk Air. Domestic services are provided by Qantas, Jetstar, Virgin Blue and AirNorth.

Accommodation

Accommodation information is coming soon.

Registration

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Contact Carrie Altamura via email