Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, Queensland, Australia. Thursday 27 and Friday 28 August 2015Registrations
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‘Registrations are well up at this stage, with delegates coming from nine different countries so far, while the Summit Expo was fully-subscribed some time ago,’ says Andrew Wilkins, Publishing Director at Business Advantage International.
‘This year’s program is packed with engaging sessions and features nearly 40 speakers. I’m particularly looking forward to hearing Peter Williams, from Deloitte’s Centre for the Edge, talk about how businesses operating in PNG can benefit from emerging technology, while the Infrastructure Summit on Day 2 is very timely.’
Registrations are filling up, with just 16 days to go until the 5th Papua New Guinea Advantage Investment Summit. We are predicting this year to be the biggest and best event yet. Please click here to register for the event.
The Summit takes place at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre on 27 – 28 August. The impressive 2-day program features high-level presentations, expert panels and Q&As with international business leaders.
This year, Day 1 of the Summit will focus on investment opportunities across the economy, while Day 2 will focus entirely on infrastructure and transport. HIghlights include:
Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Trade and Investment, The Hon Steven Ciobo MP, will represent Australia’s Foreign Minister Julie Bishop at the 2015 Papua New Guinea Advantage Investment Summit, to be held in Brisbane on 27 and 28 August.
Ciobo will make a speech to open the afternoon proceedings on Day One of the Summit—the Investment Day.
He served as the Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer from September 2013 to December 2014. During this time, Ciobo made the ultimate assessment of Australia’s national interest on some 800 applications for foreign investment worth around AUD150 billion. He also served as an Alternate Governor to the World Bank, Asian Development Bank and European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
Before entering Parliament, Mr Ciobo built a professional career as an executive in the economic reform unit at international firms Coopers & Lybrand and, later, PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Don’t miss the early bird registration deadline.
This is the final week that early bird registrations for the PNG Advantage Summit are available, the deadline is this Friday, 24 July.
The event takes place on 27 – 28 August at the Brisbane Exhibition and Convention Centre, Brisbane, Australia.
The impressive 2-day program features presentations, panels and Q&As with international business leaders. Some of the highlights and topics covered during the event include:
Day 1: Investment Summit
Day 2: Infrastructure Summit
For the preliminary program click here.
If you are travelling to the Summit from Papua New Guinea, our Airline Partner Air Niugini is offering a special Tura Fare (K-class) rate of K1762.70 Port Moresby to Brisbane return to all Summit delegates.
To take advantage of this exclusive fare, please book by contacting Mori Ovaiasu at Air Niugini, telephone +675 327 3221 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: the fare can be booked any time before the start of the summit (27 August) and travel must take place between 24 August and 31 August 2015 inclusive.
Our thanks to Air Niugini for providing this special airfare.
Registrations are now open for Papua New Guinea’s annual international investment event: the 2015 Papua New Advantage international Investment Summit.
Now in its fifth year, the Summit will take place on 27 and 28 August 2015 at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia and will also feature an Expo.
It will be the only PNG-focused business event in Australia during this year of the 40th anniversary of PNG’s Independence.
The program will feature high calibre speakers, including Papua New Guinea’s Prime Minister, the Hon. Peter O’Neill MP, the Deloitte Centre for the Edge’s Peter Williams, Carnival Australia CEO Ann Sherry, CPL Group Chairman Mahesh Patel, Kramer Ausenco CEO Frank Kramer as well as many other high profile speakers from PNG and around the world.
Last year’s event in Port Moresby attracted around 300 delegates from PNG and overseas.
This year, Day One of the Summit will focus on investment opportunities across the economy, while Day 2 will focus entirely on infrastructure and transport.