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SA | South Australia's International Engagement with Leonie Muldoon

Price:
FACCI Members: $169
General Admission: $209
Table of 10 (FACCI Members): $1,690
Table of 10 (General Admission): $2,090
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FACCI is pleased to invite you to its business luncheon with Leonie Muldoon.

 

The French-Australian Chamber of Commerce & Industry is pleased to invite you to a business luncheon with Leonie MuldoonChief Executive for the Department for Trade, Tourism and Investment, on Tuesday 3 March 2020 from 12pm to 2pm @ Intercontinental Hotel Adelaide.

About South Australia's International Engagement

2020 will undoubtedly be a crucial year for the global economy.  With Brexit, Australia’s Free Trade Agreement negotiations ongoing, China/U.S. trade tensions and November’s U.S. General Elections – what does all this mean for South Australia? Where are the opportunities and what are the supports in place to maintain and grow prosperous relationships with our largest trade and investment partners?  China remains our largest trading partner whilst the U.S. and UK remain the largest foreign direct investors.  South Australia’s economic links with the EU, India and others are also vital to the state’s future prosperity.  To discuss all of these issues, we will be joined by Leonie Muldoon - Chief Executive, South Australia Department for Trade, Tourism and Investment.

To complement our panel speakers, we are excited to announce a David Larkin AM, CEO of Hancock Agriculture will share his views on our export market, diversification and the impact of global events.

A world-class agribusiness, Hancock Agriculture head office is in Adelaide incorporates S. Kidman & Co Pty Ltd and Hancock Prospecting Pty Ltd Services. Hancock Agriculture has a long and proud history in Agriculture. With over 30 properties across Australia, spanning 10 million hectares, Hancock are one of the country’s largest producers of beef with a herd of over 320,000. 

David will join Leonie MuldoonCE Department of Trade and Investment and Christy TanHead of Market Strategy / Research Asia NAB to address what are the supports in place to maintain and grow prosperous relationships with our largest Trade and Investment Partners and where are the new opportunities to expand business.

This is an international outlook session which and the State Government’s plans and resources to support trade and investment; join the business chambers and councils to find out how you can develop your business to the next level in 2020.


This international outlook session is a joint collaboration between the ABCC; American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham); Australia China Business Council (ACBC); Australian Indian Business Chamber (AIBC) and the French Australian Chamber of Commerce (FACCI).

 

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