Intercontinental Sydney Hotel
117 Macquarie Street
+617 3348 5142
The Australia Fiji Business Council and the Fiji Australia Business Council Fiji are pleased to announce that the 23rd Australia Fiji Business Forum will be held at the Intercontinental Sydney Hotel, Sydney, on 12 – 13 October 2017. The Forum theme is “Australia and Fiji: Exploring Business Opportunities Together”. You are invited to register and attend.
First held in 1987 and most years since, the Business Forum is the annual bilateral business meeting between Australian and Fijian business and government. Participants have an unparalleled opportunity to learn about business opportunities in Fiji, and to network with senior Australia and Fiji based policy makers and senior businesspeople.
The Forum, provides Australian business with information on current opportunities for business in Fiji as well as provide an opportunity to bring more closely together Australian and Fijian business which already have a long history of partnership and co-operation.
The program includes Australian and Fiji Government Keynote Addresses by senior members of each government and specific sessions by expert presenters on the the Fijian economy, information for potential investors in Fiji, an update on Cyclone Winston reconstruction and rehabilitation, opportunities for private participation in Fiji’s public enterprises, opportunities in Fijian agriculture, Fiji’s manufacturing sector, and opportunities for business growth.
Outcomes from the meeting for attending business will be improved understanding by businesses in Australia and Fiji of the opportunity for further developing the bilateral business and investment relationship, and identification for government of any issues which business groups in each country regard as requiring government policy or administrative action to facilitate bilateral business and investment growth.
The Fiji market offers opportunities for Australian companies in a range of services related to the operation and refurbishment of tourist resorts, building and construction, capital works in infrastructure including roads and bridges, power, water and sewerage, ports and airports, food and beverage and ICT products and services including back office and remote services.
The provisional program and booking forms can be accessed below. Register early for this conference as space is limited and demand will be heavy. Early registration (by 30 September 2017) attracts an early bird registration discount.