The Australia Bangladesh Trade Conference is set to be one of the most significant and most impactful trade conferences bringing together business entities in Bangladesh and Australia with current and/or future business interest in each other, industry bodies and associations, researchers, industry and policy analysts, government officials of both countries and policymakers in an attempt to demonstrate and discuss opportunities in trade, development and technical assistance in a range of industries of mutual interest with a view to growing the bilateral trade and economic interactions between Australia and Bangladesh.
Register for Day 01 - Welcome Reception
The welcome reception is the focus of Day 01 of the 3 day long conference which will bring together all participants, high level government officials, businesses and policymakers together in a semi-formal networking setting which will allow the bilateral guests to meet each other and discuss on various issues and opportunities in a casual setting prior to the industry specific more formal sessions of days 2 and 3 of the conference. This is an exciting opportunity to meet high level stakeholders and network among participants across all different industries.
Pre-registration via this platform is a requirement for participation.
Day 2 & 3 of the Australia Bangladesh Trade Conference will be dedicated to industry sessions, trade facilitation sessions & a closing lunch with finalisation and recommendations as outcome from the 3 day long trade conference.
Industry sessions are designed to be held in a moderated panel discussion format followed by open format question and answer model with expert presentations.
Wednesday 01 May, 2019 (Day 02)
Industry Session (Room 1) - Agricultural Commodity, Frozen Food & Sea Food
Industry Session (Room 2) - Leather & Footwear
Industry Session (Room 1) - Power & Energy; Minerals and Metals
Industry Session (Room 2) - Pharmaceuticals
Thursday 02 May, 2019 (Day 03)
Industry Session (Room 1) - Investment in Bangladesh
Industry Session (Room 2) - Education and Skill Development
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