Building effective business relationships between Australia and Papua New Guinea.
The Australia Papua New Guinea Business Council is an independent association of businesses based in Australia and Papua New Guinea.
The Australia Papua New Guinea Business Council (APNGBC) was established in 1980 with the aim of providing a framework within which the private sector can communicate with the Australian and Papua New Guinea governments at the highest political and policy advising levels, with a view to finding solutions to trade and investment issues involving the two countries.
It also provides members with an all-important network to help further their business goals in Papua New Guinea.
Who Are The Members?
Membership of the Council includes a wide range of industry groups, from large corporations to small family companies.
Some of the industries represented include: shipping, trading companies, freight forwarding, manufacturing, transport, airlines, accountancy/audit, management and business consultancy, insurance, media, building & construction, tourism, banking, petroleum, tobacco, food/confectionery, legal services and mining.
By becoming a member, you can access these industries and a well-established network of businesses already operating in Papua New Guinea and the wider Pacific.
The Council operates with an Executive Committee made up of a President, Vice Presidents, several Executive Committee Members, view the current Executive Committee.
What activities does the council offer its members?
The Council advances Australian business interests in Papua New Guinea through many means including:
The APNGBC Business Council operates out of Brisbane and also has a branch based in Papua New Guinea.
You can learn more about the Australia Papua New Guinea Business Council by downloading this brochure.
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