Investment NSW would like to invite you to attend an online briefing opened by The Hon. Stuart Ayres, MP, Minister for Jobs, Investment, Tourism and Western Sydney. The briefing will cover future tender, investment and partnership opportunities in the Bradfield City Centre and Western Parkland City. I encourage you to register and share this opportunity with investors, businesses and stakeholders in your networks.

As you are likely aware, the Western Parkland City is the economic powerhouse of Greater Sydney. Covering eight local government areas, it is a major contributor to the national economy. Its industries and thriving city centres generate more than $56 billion per year in Gross Regional Product and it presents 100,000 hectares of opportunity. The top five industry sectors include manufacturing, freight and logistics, health, tourism, and agribusiness.

At the heart of its future is the Bradfield City Centre, a new smart city being planned as the catalyst for advanced careers, innovative education, growing business, sustainable utilities, and digital networks. It will be connected by new and renewed roads, trains and metro rail corridors.

When is the briefing

  • Friday, 8 October from 9.30am to 2.30pm AEDT

What will it cover

  • Investment opportunities in the Western Parkland City and an invitation to partner
  • Agribusiness, freight and logistics – launch of research and request for information
  • New Education and Training Model – pilot introduction and partner opportunities
  • Major projects update

Who is the briefing for

  • International investors and businesses
  • Foreign government representatives across Australia
  • Key public and private sector stakeholder

Please share this opportunity with investors and businesses in your networks who may be interested in these opportunities, and encourage them to register. The briefing will be recorded and the post activity email for registrants will contain links to the recordings and a webform link inviting businesses to express their interest in becoming a partner. Further information, including the program and speakers can be found below.

We look forward to seeing you at the online briefing.

Investment NSW would like to invite you to attend an online briefing opened by The Hon. Stuart Ayres, MP, Minister for Jobs, Investment, Tourism and Western Sydney. The briefing will cover future tender, investment and partnership opportunities in the Bradfield City Centre and Western Parkland City. I encourage you to register and share this opportunity with investors, businesses and stakeholders in your networks.

As you are likely aware, the Western Parkland City is the economic powerhouse of Greater Sydney. Covering eight local government areas, it is a major contributor to the national economy. Its industries and thriving city centres generate more than $56 billion per year in Gross Regional Product and it presents 100,000 hectares of opportunity. The top five industry sectors include manufacturing, freight and logistics, health, tourism, and agribusiness.

At the heart of its future is the Bradfield City Centre, a new smart city being planned as the catalyst for advanced careers, innovative education, growing business, sustainable utilities, and digital networks. It will be connected by new and renewed roads, trains and metro rail corridors.

When is the briefing

  • Friday, 8 October from 9.30am to 2.30pm AEDT

What will it cover

  • Investment opportunities in the Western Parkland City and an invitation to partner
  • Agribusiness, freight and logistics – launch of research and request for information
  • New Education and Training Model – pilot introduction and partner opportunities
  • Major projects update

Who is the briefing for

  • International investors and businesses
  • Foreign government representatives across Australia
  • Key public and private sector stakeholders

How do you register

  • You can register here

Please share this opportunity with investors and businesses in your networks who may be interested in these opportunities, and encourage them to register. The briefing will be recorded and the post activity email for registrants will contain links to the recordings and a webform link inviting businesses to express their interest in becoming a partner. Further information, including the program and speakers can be found below.

We look forward to seeing you at the online briefing.


Meet the Secretaries, Chiefs & Directors - Presented by ABBC in association with University of Adelaide Institute of International Trade

  • 27 Jul 2018
  • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Mercure Sydney | 818-820 George Street, Chippendale, NSW 2007
  • 24

Registration

  • This event is only accessible to ABBC Corporate Members. If you believe you are an existing Corporate Member but this option is disabled for you, there may be outstanding membership fees. Please log in with your email and password to reinstate your membership or get in touch with us at info@abbc.org.au

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MEET THE SECRETARIES, CHIEFS & DIRECTORS

The University of Adelaide's Institute of International Trade and the Australia Bangladesh Business Council (ABBC) is jointly holding a networking event to bring together upto 20 high ranking Government officials with ABBC's Corporate Member businesses. 

Meet the delegates at various levels in the Bangladesh government, including chiefs, deputy chiefs, depity and joint secretaries and directors. The departments that will be represented will include: 

  • Ministry of Commerce 
  • Ministry of Industries
  • Economic Relations Division
  • Bangladesh Export Processing Zones Authority
  • Directorate of National Consumer Rights Protection
  • Bangladesh Investment Development Authority
  • Bangladesh Tariff Commission.

 Other guests from Bangladesh will include representatives from:

  • Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry
  • Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association

This is a ABBC Corporate Member only event. If you are a current ABBC Corporate Member you should be able to register for this event. If you think you are a current Corporate Member but your registration option is disabled, this may be due to outstanding membership fees. You can log on to www.abbc.or.au with your email and password and pay online in secure environment to reinstate your overdue membership or call the Secretary on 0402 021 450 for any queries. Should you are not a current Corporate Member but wish to join us as now to get the membership benefits including free access to this event and many others, you can join us now online by clicking www.abbc.org.au/join-us. Should you have any questions, please feel free to email us at info@abbc.org.au

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