The Australian British Chamber of Commerce together with KPMG hosted the annual 2016 Federal Budget Breakfast following the Budget announcement. Over 300 guests heard from our selection of expert panellists:
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Long-term investing in a volatile world
Australian’s have grown to expect that our infrastructure networks should support the needs of our country to maintain our first world living standards and the operation of our economy.
A fitting tribute to Eddie is the film's quote of the Olympic Creed: "The most important thing in the Olympic Games is not to win but to take part, just as the most important thing in life is not the triumph but the struggle.
The Australian British Chamber of Commerce was proud to support the Australian Institute of Company Directors
'Australia's next growth driver: the rise of the services sector'
Paul Bloxham is the Chief Economist for HSBC in Australia and New Zealand.
Chamber Members and guests came together at The Western Australian Museum for an evening of drinks and canapes. They were taken on a voyage through the British Museum’s collections to explore the last two million years of human history.
The possibilities of Fintech into the future are 'beyond the imagination'.
Chamber Members and guests came together to hear the views from industry leaders in the Fintech space. The discussion was focussed around the topics, how can your business keep up to date with the ever evolving technology trends?