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Asia Pacific Business Outlook 2011


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Show Organizer (s): Australia Business Forum
Event Date (s): March 3, 2011 .. March 4, 2011
Venue: Crown Entertainment Complex Melbourne Australia
Address: 8WHITEMAN STREET SOUTHBANK
No. of Exhibitors: 100
No. of Attendees: 200
Flor Size: 2ab
Phone: 61 - 3 - 9013 0090
Fax: 61 - 3 - 982600565

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Summary: In the first quarter of 2011 Asia Pacific Business Outlook (APBO) is a key event in the Australian business calendar. Now in the second year APBO 2011 brings together over two days Australian and International business leaders, dynamic CEO’s and executives from top-1000 companies, State and Federal ministers, leading international academics, senior government officials, economists and business forecasters.
General Information: Asia Pacific Business Outlook 2011 provides a forum to access this information, and offers valuable insights through interactive focus groups, panels and keynote presentations. It is crucial for industry leaders to react and respond in a timely manner to current global conditions. APBO provides relevant information around the challenges facing Australia and its major trading partners including China, Japan, India, Korea & United States. Despite the turbulent global conditions, the Australian economy is robust and well positioned to face the global challenges ahead. Our strong international trade relationships are indicative of Australia's highly skilled workforce and our competitive advantage in financial services, information and communication technology, biotechnologies, environment and energy technologies, manufacturing, design and resources. Companies involved in international trade and in particular dealing with China, Asia and the United States across all sectors need to address the changing economic climate and trade issues to stay relevant and ahead of the game! APBO 2011 will build on the enthusiasm and passion generated throughout the previous APBO Forums. APBO 2011 provides a unique opportunity for key stakeholders from across the Asia Pacific business community to help build a strong and vibrant business and information exchange The two day events program includes a series of high profile business functions including a Forum, Business Matching & Networking Sessions, and Interactive focus group discussions by respected thinkers/academics, economists, industry leaders, government and commentators. APBO luncheon will host leading government and Industry Leaders who will present keynote addresses on critical issues affecting Australia and its major trading partners. Keynote speakers, panel discussions and a series of workshops covering key issues facing business in the current global environment will be featured, with Delegates attending from Australia and the Asia Pacific region.
Attendee Information: Asia Pacific Business Outlook attracts representatives from business and government agencies in a wide range of industry sectors with delegates including: Chief Executive Officers Chief Operating Officers Directors Business Owners & Managers Economists Senior Management General Managers Import & Export executives Heads of Business Development Government Administrators
Exhibitor Information: Asia Pacific Business Outlook 2011 is about facilitating dialogue, business and partnerships within the business sector with the support and input of participants and partners across business, academia, government, the public sector, and the wider Australian and international community.