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Presentations from Austrade events

All presentations listed below are in PDF format unless stated otherwise. Receive presentations by RSS feed.

Women in Global Business - Tips for applying in the Australian Export Awards webinar (09 July 2015)

Hotel Investment Seminar, Kuala Lumpur (25 June 2015)

Foodservice Insights Hong Kong and Singapore webinar (10 March 2015)

Latin America Mining Conference Presentation

Austrade Arab Health 2015 Briefing (08 December 2014)

Timor-Leste Infrastructure Opportunities webinar (04 December 2014)

Food and Beverage Indonesia Update 2014 webinar (20 November 2014)

Korea-Business Opportunities and the FTA seminar series (11-21 November 2014)

Aged Care-Going Global International Healthcare and Senior Living Markets (21 October 2014)

MENA Connections (7-18 October 2014)

2014 International Aid Business Opportunities Seminar (September 2014)

Exporting Consumer Health Products to Indonesia (28 August 2014)

Roundtable Corporate Social Responsibility in India (21 July 2014)

Austrade Australian Export Awards Information session for Women in Global Business Webinar (9 July 2014)

UK Outward Mobility: Focus on Australia & New Zealand (6 June 2014)

Aged Care - Healthcare and Senior Living market update (27 - 30 May 2014)

National Food Brand research results webinar (21 and 28 May 2014)

Future Unlimited Seminar, Dubai (13 April 2014)

Australia Week in China 2014

Cultural Tips

Business Success in China: Getting the First Steps Right by Dr Margaret Byrne, Principal Consultant, UGM Consulting and David Lawson State Director, NSW & ACT Austrade Sydney

Agribusiness Program Presentations

Built Environment Program

Education Program

Financial Services Program

Food & Beverage, Consumer Program Presentations

Health & Senior Living Program Presentations

Resources and METs Program

Austrade ASEAN Food and Beverage Markets-Updates and Insights Webinar (25 March 2014)

Asian Business Engagement Plan (ABE) Information Session (11 February 2014)

Events 2013

The rise of cultural precincts across Asia – Hong Kong (11 December 2013)

The rise of cultural precincts across Asia – South Korea (3 December 2013)

Serving up our strengths: first research from the National Food Brand project webinar (3 December 2013)

The rise of cultural precincts across Asia - Taiwan (26 November 2013)

Connecting Australian companies with business opportunities in the GCC seminars (26 November - 5 December 2013)

Austrade India Meet the Miner session (20 August 2013)

African Insights (27-29 May 2013)

Doing Business in Australia (10 May 2013)

ozmine2013 conference and exhibition (16-17 April 2013)

Session 1: Indonesia and Australia - Mining Giants in Partnership

Session 2: Prospects to Planning

Session 3: High-Performance Production

Session 4: Transportation and Processing: New Technologies Streamline Downstream Operations 

Session 5: People, the Environment and Health and Safety

Session 6: Prospects to Profit - Where To From Here? Mining Project Updates IN Indonesia and Across ASEAN

Workshop 1

Workshop 2

Webinar: Business Opportunities in Malaysia and the new Malaysia-Australia Free Trade Agreement (MAFTA)

Business Opportunities in Thailand (18 - 25 March 2013)

Business Briefings: Trade Opportunities in the Asian Century (14 - 19 March 2013)

View all the presentations for the Trade Opportunities in the Asian Century Business Briefings.

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