Upcoming events

    • 27 Jul 2018
    • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Mercure Sydney | 818-820 George Street, Chippendale, NSW 2007
    • 28


    The University of Adelaide's Institute of International Trade and the Australia Bangladesh Business Council (ABBC) is jointly holding a networking event to bring together upto 20 high ranking Government officials with ABBC's Corporate Member businesses. 

    Meet the delegates at various levels in the Bangladesh government, including chiefs, deputy chiefs, depity and joint secretaries and directors. The departments that will be represented will include: 

    • Ministry of Commerce 
    • Ministry of Industries
    • Economic Relations Division
    • Bangladesh Export Processing Zones Authority
    • Directorate of National Consumer Rights Protection
    • Bangladesh Investment Development Authority
    • Bangladesh Tariff Commission.

     Other guests from Bangladesh will include representatives from:

    • Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry
    • Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association

    This is a ABBC Corporate Member only event. If you are a current ABBC Corporate Member you should be able to register for this event. If you think you are a current Corporate Member but your registration option is disabled, this may be due to outstanding membership fees. You can log on to www.abbc.or.au with your email and password and pay online in secure environment to reinstate your overdue membership or call the Secretary on 0402 021 450 for any queries. Should you are not a current Corporate Member but wish to join us as now to get the membership benefits including free access to this event and many others, you can join us now online by clicking www.abbc.org.au/join-us. Should you have any questions, please feel free to email us at info@abbc.org.au

Past events

18 Jul 2018 ABBC Business After 6pm
30 May 2018 ABBC Iftar 2018

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