John Borghetti, CEO, Virgin Australia Group
John Borghetti, CEO, Virgin Australia Group

Wed, 15 Mar 2017

John Borghetti is the CEO of the Virgin Australia Group. Under John’s leadership, Virgin Australia has undergone a strategic repositioning that has seen it change the face of the aviation industry in Australia. From a virtual monopoly just over six years ago, Australian travellers and businesses now have genuine competition in all segments of the aviation industry – business and leisure travel, budget travel, charter services, air cargo and loyalty.


International Women's Day Breakfast (Melbourne)
International Women's Day Breakfast (Melbourne)

Wed, 01 Mar 2017

The ABCC International Women’s Day Breakfast Panel in 2017 is focussing on STEM - Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics.


International Women's Day Breakfast (Sydney)
International Women's Day Breakfast (Sydney)

Tue, 28 Feb 2017

The ABCC International Women’s Day Breakfast Panel in 2017 is focussing on STEM - Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics.


Brooke Miller, VP Sales & Marketing Australia, BP
Brooke Miller, VP Sales & Marketing Australia, BP

Wed, 22 Feb 2017

BP’s Brooke Miller on challenging the status quo and new partnerships. As the new leader of BP’s retail business in Australia, Brooke Miller has a clear vision and ambitious plans. She is one of the driving forces behind BP’s planned strategic partnership with Woolworths which is expected to revolutionise the Australian convenience sector, subject to regulatory approvals.


Fintech and Blockchain Panel (Melbourne)
Fintech and Blockchain Panel (Melbourne)

Thu, 16 Feb 2017

As disruptors of the status quo, fintech and blockchain are rapidly redefining the finance industry and the delivery of financial services.


Fintech and Blockchain Panel (Sydney)
Fintech and Blockchain Panel (Sydney)

Wed, 15 Feb 2017

As disruptors of the status quo, fintech and blockchain are rapidly redefining the finance industry and the delivery of financial services.


Lord Price CVO, Minister of State, Department for International Trade
Lord Price CVO, Minister of State, Department for International Trade

Thu, 01 Dec 2016

As the United Kingdom steers through the challenges and opportunities of the result of the referendum on membership of the European Union, join the Australian British Chamber of Commerce for this unique opportunity to hear directly from the Minister on their new course, as they seek to develop further the strong relationship between our two countries.


Riding the Wave of Cruise Tourism Success and Economic Opportunity
Riding the Wave of Cruise Tourism Success and Economic Opportunity

Thu, 24 Nov 2016

For more than a decade, cruise tourism has been the most successful sector of Australian tourism and is on the way to becoming one of the world’s fastest growing cruise markets with more than one million Australians a year taking a cruise holiday. Latest studies show that cruising each year generates more than $3.6 billion in total economic activity and supports more than 15,000 direct and indirect jobs. As cruising has grown with more brands, more ships and more diverse itineraries, regional Australia, including destinations in Victoria and South Australia, are experiencing the economic benefits.


Creating a Cyber Secure Australia : Dealing with Digital Disruption - Melbourne
Creating a Cyber Secure Australia : Dealing with Digital Disruption - Melbourne

Thu, 13 Oct 2016

In a world of cyber vulnerability, is Australian business doing enough to protect itself against hack attacks? A recent report states that Australian organisations are firmly in hackers’ sights with 85 per cent reporting that they have been breached sometime in the past, well above the global average of 60 per cent (CIO Australia). This panel discussion will centre around the many challenging issues that advanced technology has brought with it and the need for Cyber Security protection of valuable intellectual property and business information.


Creating a Cyber Secure Australia : Dealing with Digital Disruption - Sydney
Creating a Cyber Secure Australia : Dealing with Digital Disruption - Sydney

Wed, 12 Oct 2016

In a world of cyber vulnerability, is Australian business doing enough to protect itself against hack attacks? A recent report states that Australian organisations are firmly in hackers’ sights with 85 per cent reporting that they have been breached sometime in the past, well above the global average of 60 per cent (CIO Australia). This panel discussion will centre around the many challenging issues that advanced technology has brought with it and the need for Cyber Security protection of valuable intellectual property and business information.


Health Innovation Panel
Health Innovation Panel

Thu, 22 Sep 2016

Technology has provided the opportunity for medical practitioners to potentially utilise tools for observation and consultations of patients remotely, through video conferencing and the use of technology, to deliver a more effective and safer treatment and further to give greater accuracy in diagnosis and care plans. Join us for the panel discussion on the vital role of technology advancement in revolutionising the medical industry.


The Hon Tim Pallas MP, Victorian Treasurer
The Hon Tim Pallas MP, Victorian Treasurer

Thu, 25 Aug 2016

The Victorian Treasurer discussed the Victorian Government’s approach to planning and delivery of its major infrastructure programme and the many ways in which it will improve productivity in this State. He also outlined the Victorian Government’s plans to support and foster initiatives by small and medium enterprises to establish new engines of economic growth.


Brexit Seminar (Sydney)
Brexit Seminar (Sydney)

Wed, 10 Aug 2016

The United Kingdom has voted to leave the European Union. There are significant consequences for many businesses and, while the departure process will take several years, plans need to be constantly refined to identify the risks and opportunities that the UK’s exit may bring.


Brexit Seminar (Perth)
Brexit Seminar (Perth)

Thu, 04 Aug 2016

The United Kingdom has voted to leave the European Union. There are significant consequences for many businesses and, while the departure process will take several years, plans need to be constantly refined to identify the risks and opportunities that the UK’s exit may bring.


Brexit Seminar (Melbourne)
Brexit Seminar (Melbourne)

Tue, 02 Aug 2016

The United Kingdom has voted to leave the European Union. There are significant consequences for many businesses and, while the departure process will take several years, plans need to be constantly refined to identify the risks and opportunities that the UK’s exit may bring.


Australian British Chamber of Commerce Myer's Five Year Transformation
Australian British Chamber of Commerce Myer's Five Year Transformation

Wed, 13 Jul 2016

Richard Umbers will reflect on his first year as CEO of Myer and provide an update on progress in the company’s five-year transformation strategy to deliver New Myer


Post Brexit Discussion
Post Brexit Discussion

Mon, 04 Jul 2016

ABCC and Norton Rose Fullbright and HSBC host this panel discussion webcast.


Australian British Chamber of Commerce Rugby Lunch
Australian British Chamber of Commerce Rugby Lunch

Mon, 04 Jul 2016

Australian British Chamber of Commerce Rugby Lunch


KPMG Budget Breakfast 2016
KPMG Budget Breakfast 2016

Fri, 01 Jul 2016

The Australian British Chamber of Commerce together with KPMG hosted the annual 2016 Federal Budget Breakfast following the Budget announcement.


The Paradox of Investment in Infrastructure
The Paradox of Investment in Infrastructure

Wed, 18 May 2016

The Minister will explore the paradox that while infrastructure is a highly attractive investment option, there is more demand for new infrastructure facilites than can be immediately funded by Government. He will discuss the division between infrastructure that produces a return and that which does not, as well as what role the market can play, and the policy responses that are available.


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