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Australia Israel Chamber of Commerce

The Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce (AICC) is Australia's pre-eminent international Chamber of Commerce and one of the country's most prestigious and active national business organisations. The AICC's national membership exceeds 1,000 leading Australian companies across a broad range of industry sectors.

The AICC has offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane and Perth, as well as in Auckland and Tel Aviv. Each of these offices manages an extensive and impressive member network and events program to enhance non-partisan business networking at senior levels and vigorously promotes bilateral trade through inbound and outbound trade missions.

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Upcoming Events

The Hon. John Barilaro MP, Minister for Small Business - “Small …
06 Sep
AICC and KPMG present the IoT & AgTech Summit
07 Sep
Bill Morrow, CEO, nbn - "Bridging the Digital Divide; How Broadband …
09 Sep
2016 Diversity Lunch with Gordon Cairns, Lisa Annese, Elizabeth …
12 Sep
Adelaide, SA 5000
A Business Dinner with Yaacov Michlin, President & CEO of Yissum …
13 Sep
Yaacov Michlin, Founder & CEO, Yissum - “Israel, the Start-Up Nation: …
15 Sep
AICC Lunch with Hon Scott Morrison MP, Federal Treasurer
16 Sep
AICC(WA)’s Cisco Technology Series (TS) Sundowner featuring Yaacov …
21 Sep
AICC Lunch with Brian Hartzer, MD & CEO of Westpac
22 Sep
UTS in Practice: AICC Enterpreneur Breakfast with Rachel Setti, …
22 Sep

Robert Miles & Mark O'Hare - After Hours Briefing

Robert Miles & Mark O'Hare - After Hours Briefing

Robert Miles, visiting American author and authority on Warren Buffett, the world’s most accomplished nvestor, exclusively addressed an audience on the billionaire’s easily learned investment beliefs and practices - as well as his mistakes. In his brief visit to Australia, Robert shared the floor with Mark O’Hare, Partner at Grant Thornton Australia. The duo engaged the audience with personal anecdotes about the wealthiest man alive, plus insights around the ways in which the soon to be 86-year-old has been able to bank himself $65 billion to date, as well as the highlights from this year’s Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting.