France-Australie Webzine

    France-Australie is the online magazine of the French-Australian Chamber of Commerce & Industry. It is distributed to all member organisations Australia-wide, French and Australian Government officials, the French CCI network in Asia-Pacific and in France.

    Tourism & Gastronomy - July 2015 - Download pdf
    Retail & Luxury - November 2014 - Download pdf
    Agribusiness: a sprouting field of opportunity - May 2014 - Download pdf
    Transport: Tack to the Future - September 2013 - Download pdf
    Le secteur de l'énergie en Australie - April 2013 - Download pdf

    The MOCI: special Australia - June 2015

    The MOCI (Moniteur du Commerce International) released last June 2015 an exclusive guide dedicated to Australia and its market opportunities in several growth sectors such as agribusiness, new technologies, wealth management, tourism, infrastructure, etc... 

    Access to the guide dedicated to Australia


    Read more information about Australia 

    French-Australian Chamber of Commerce Annual Report 2014

    The 2014 Annual Report was presented at the French-Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s Federal Annual General Meeting, held last Friday 20th March at Corporate Member Clayton Utz, Sydney. This event was attended by 120 Members of the Australian Chamber, Presidents of the CCI Asia-Pacific, the NSW and Federal Boards of the French-Australian Chamber, the French Embassy, the French Consulate and Business France.

    The Report was introduced by François Romanet, National President of the French Australian Chamber. Some Highlights of 2014 include the official visit of the French President, François Hollande to Australia for the G20 hosted in Brisbane in November 2014, the Launch of Team France Australia, the Australian Oil and Gas Exhibition held in Perth in February and NSW’s October Soirée de Gala which presented the Chamber’s largest Business Awards in history.

    The Chamber recorded a Membership of 542 Members Nationwide assisted by a total of 104 events held throughout the nation with 8, 590 attendees. Some of the events included the Bastille Day Business Breakfast in Queensland, Le Concours des Vins in Victoria, and the Merci Down Under Launch in Western Australia.

    The Report then explores the Business Services, including Human Resources support through the My Australian Job Recruitment website, and the activity of the Chamber’s Communications and Publications from the year demonstrating growing activity across all platforms.

    Finally, the Financial Report showcases the Chamber’s financial growth over the course of 2014. 

    2014 French-Australian Chamber of Commerce Annual Report - Download PDF

    La France Down Under, succès et perspectives

    This strategic document was officially presented to François Hollande and Tony Abbott in Canberra on Wednesday 19 November during an official luncheon in honour of the French president.

    This event was attended by representatives of the French Australian business community and was once again an occasion to discuss ways to further promote French investment in Australia and to raise awareness of Australian market opportunities for French companies.

    France is an open and dynamic partner and there are strong complementarities which exist between many of our economies’ high performing sectors and the opportunities offered by Australia’s areas of strategic development:
    • Energy sector (considerable reserves of natural gas and the opportunities offered by renewable energy)
    • Agribusiness (agriculture and agribusiness industries)
    • Services (tourism, education, financial services)
    • High-tech industries (aerospace, defence, information and communication technology)
    • Health (biotechnology)
    • Infrastructure (transport and environment).

    La France Down Under, succès et perspectives - November 2014 - Download pdf



    The Savoir Faire of Buying

    A comparative study of French and Australian Procurement strategies

    Since 1899, the French Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry has strived to promote French and Australian Business Relations, supporting the development of various industries on Australian soil. Charged with over 116 years of history, Business is part of our DNA and we greet 2015 with a wide range of developments all aimed to benefit our members.

    It is for this reason that we are very pleased to present the first publication of a series of Partnered Business Studies to be released over the course of the year.

    This publication, developed in collaboration with our Corporate Member Infosys Portland investigates the Procurement practices of French and Australian organisations based in Australia, titled “The Savoir Faire of Buying”.

    This study will address the following points:
    • Procurement roles in the organisation, key priorities and challenges for 2015
    • Procurement model (Centralised vs. Decentralised, Global vs Local)
    • Impact of Technology (eCommerce, Big Data, Mobile, etc)

    This is a truly innovative project that will advance the Chamber and its business community through informing, supporting and development of its Members and their network. I would like to extend an invitation to any of our Members who would be interested in collaborating in future studies to contact the Chamber directly.

    The Savoir Faire of Buying - Download Pdf





    Industry Reports

    The Chamber publishes industry fact sheets and reports on various key sectors in Australia. Please find below our latest releases in French.









    Agribusiness - Agroequipments - Biotechnologies Energy - Clean EnergiesInformation Technology - Retail - Tourism - Wine & Spirits - Fiche pays


    Australia: Benchmark Report 2014

    The Australian Trade Commission (Austrade) presents the the Australia Benchmark Report 2014 considers the key investor Indicators of Growth, Innovation, Talent, Location, and Business and compares Australia's position with other countries.

    The charts presented can be refined and grouped by the user in the following ways:

    • The user can refine the chart set by Keyword, Indicator or Subject in the left menu.
    • The user can select an image to commence a slide-show of related images within an Indicator or Subject category.
    • The user can download an individual print resolution JPEG for use in reports and presentations by right clicking an image and selecting 'Save Target as...'. Be sure to reference when using any of the charts in this way.

    © 2014 Australian Trade Commission




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