5 years of gender reporting in Australia: what has changed? (Brisbane)
5 years of gender reporting in Australia: what has changed? (Brisbane)

Fri, 23 Nov 2018

As Australia releases its fifth year of data, the UK has just completed its first year of reporting and data collection under new gender pay gap legislation. To mark this, WGEA has invited the Deputy Head of the UK’s Government’s Equalities Office (GEO) and Head of Gender, Elysia McCaffrey, to share and compare the UK’s first year of data with Australia’s fifth year of data collection.


5 years of gender reporting in Australia: what has changed? (Perth)
5 years of gender reporting in Australia: what has changed? (Perth)

Thu, 22 Nov 2018

As Australia releases its fifth year of data, the UK has just completed its first year of reporting and data collection under new gender pay gap legislation. To mark this, WGEA has invited the Deputy Head of the UK’s Government’s Equalities Office (GEO) and Head of Gender, Elysia McCaffrey, to share and compare the UK’s first year of data with Australia’s fifth year of data collection.


5 years of gender reporting in Australia: what has changed? (Melbourne)
5 years of gender reporting in Australia: what has changed? (Melbourne)

Tue, 20 Nov 2018

As Australia releases its fifth year of data, the UK has just completed its first year of reporting and data collection under new gender pay gap legislation. To mark this, WGEA has invited the Deputy Head of the UK’s Government’s Equalities Office (GEO) and Head of Gender, Elysia McCaffrey, to share and compare the UK’s first year of data with Australia’s fifth year of data collection.


5 years of gender reporting in Australia: what has changed? (Adelaide)
5 years of gender reporting in Australia: what has changed? (Adelaide)

Mon, 19 Nov 2018

As Australia releases its fifth year of data, the UK has just completed its first year of reporting and data collection under new gender pay gap legislation. To mark this, WGEA has invited the Deputy Head of the UK’s Government’s Equalities Office (GEO) and Head of Gender, Elysia McCaffrey, to share and compare the UK’s first year of data with Australia’s fifth year of data collection.


5 years of gender reporting in Australia: what has changed? (Sydney)
5 years of gender reporting in Australia: what has changed? (Sydney)

Thu, 15 Nov 2018

As Australia releases its fifth year of data, the UK has just completed its first year of reporting and data collection under new gender pay gap legislation. To mark this, WGEA has invited the Deputy Head of the UK’s Government’s Equalities Office (GEO) and Head of Gender, Elysia McCaffrey, to share and compare the UK’s first year of data with Australia’s fifth year of data collection.


Sanjeev Gupta, Executive Chairman & CEO of GFG Alliance
Sanjeev Gupta, Executive Chairman & CEO of GFG Alliance

Wed, 14 Nov 2018

At this Business Lunch, Sanjeev covers GFG’s investment in renewable energy, manufacturing, the reinvigoration of the Australian steel operations and further expand on GFG’s current and future plans for investment into Australia and their global interests.


Prof Dr Ralf Speth, Global CEO, Jaguar Land Rover
Prof Dr Ralf Speth, Global CEO, Jaguar Land Rover

Thu, 18 Oct 2018

What will be the impact of the mobility revolution? How will it affect the way we live and the way we do business? Dr Speth will discuss the many issues and opportunities around the transformative changes of a connected future.


Alastair MacGibbon - Head, Australian Cyber Security Centre
Alastair MacGibbon - Head, Australian Cyber Security Centre

Wed, 17 Oct 2018

Alastair MacGibbon is National Cyber Security Adviser at the Department of Home Affairs and concurrently Head of the Australian Cyber Security Centre, part of the Australian Signals Directorate. He leads the implementation of the Government’s Cyber Security Strategy, transforming Australia’s cyber security landscape to realise the economic and social benefits of a cyber resilient nation, and deliver Australia’s cyber security operational capacity.


Infrastructure - Shaping the Future of Western Australia
Infrastructure - Shaping the Future of Western Australia

Wed, 03 Oct 2018

Join our expert panel to discuss how Western Australia should shape its future infrastructure needs.


ABCC - David Linke
ABCC - David Linke

Fri, 03 Aug 2018

David Linke provides a closing address at the Australian British Chamber of Commerce’s business lunch.


The Hon Scott Morrison MP, Treasurer of Australia
The Hon Scott Morrison MP, Treasurer of Australia

Fri, 03 Aug 2018

The ABCC is delighted to welcome the Treasurer, the Hon Scott Morrison MP, to deliver an economic keynote address. Scott Morrison is Treasurer and the Federal Member for Cook, New South Wales.


The Hon Steven Marshall MP, Premier of South Australia
The Hon Steven Marshall MP, Premier of South Australia

Fri, 03 Aug 2018

The Premier will cover the emerging economic opportunities for South Australia; the British defence company BAE Systems recent $35bn deal to build Nine Hunter class frigates in Adelaide and more broadly the post-Brexit trade and investment opportunities between the UK and South Australia.


NAB CEO, Andrew Thorburn and Mike Baird, CCO
NAB CEO, Andrew Thorburn and Mike Baird, CCO

Wed, 04 Jul 2018

Join us for a conversation with NAB CEO, Andrew Thorburn, and Chief Customer Officer, Corporate & Institutional Banking, Mike Baird, moderated by Elysse Morgan, presenter of The Business on the ABC.


The Future for Autonomous Vehicles: Opportunities for Australia
The Future for Autonomous Vehicles: Opportunities for Australia

Tue, 19 Jun 2018

The development of self-driving, or autonomous vehicles is accelerating with global car manufacturers conducting major research into Connected and Autonomous Vehicle (CAV) technologies. The potential benefits of these advancements present real opportunities for Australia by reducing mobility and infrastructure costs, increasing safety along with customer satisfaction.


The Hon Julie Bishop MP, Minister for Foreign Affairs
The Hon Julie Bishop MP, Minister for Foreign Affairs

Thu, 14 Jun 2018

In a world where the international rules based order is being tested, countries must unite to defend it. With the global context of the Brexit split from the EU, Australia and the UK are forging a deeper relationship, not only in a diplomatic sense but also culturally and commercially. This relationship is deeper than the strong historic security and foreign policy alignment, and is in many ways leading the discussion around global free trade. Join us to hear this presentation from the Minister for Foreign Affairs, the Hon Julie Bishop MP.


A Royal Wedding Dinner
A Royal Wedding Dinner

Tue, 29 May 2018

The ABCC will host a gala Royal Wedding Dinner at The Four Seasons with a broadcast cross to St George's Chapel, within the beautiful grounds of the historic Windsor Castle, Berkshire. Enjoy a three-course dinner, fine wines and dancing to The John Field Band as we watch the marriage take place with the eyes of the world on them.


The Future for Renewable Energy
The Future for Renewable Energy

Wed, 23 May 2018

The Chamber has arranged an expert panel discussion on Renewable Energy to take place in Adelaide in parallel to The Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition.


Australia and the UK: Visa Update
Australia and the UK: Visa Update

Wed, 16 May 2018

The session will include a detailed briefing of the Government’s most recent proposed legislative changes by Maria Jockel, Legal Principal & National Leader, Migration Services, BDO. Acknowledged as one of Australia’s leading immigration specialists, Maria brings a unique depth and breadth of immigration law and corporate and commercial related legal experience from her years of experience. This is complemented by Maria’s former advisory and senior management roles while in government service.


2018 Economic Outlook
2018 Economic Outlook

Tue, 15 May 2018

The Australian British Chamber of Commerce, together with KPMG, will host a 2018 Economic Outlook following the Budget delivered on 8 May.


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