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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Kevin Bloch, Chief Technology Officer, Cisco Australia & New Zealand addressed a private AICC-KPMG Boardroom Lunch for 22 senior business executives in an interactive discussion where Kevin discussed the “IoT & Digital Transformation: Moving from Human-Scale to Machine-Scale”.‘ This lunch was proudly partnered by KPMG. Click on the heading to read more.
Patricia Kelly, Director General, IP Australia addressed a private boardroom event for 22 business executives where guests engaged in a discussion about “Strategic Protection and Use of your IP Assets”. This SME Executive Boardroom lunch was proudly sponsored by Swaab Attorneys. Click on the heading to read more.
Luc Hennekens, Chief Information Officer, Qantas addressed a private CEO Boardroom Lunch for 22 senior business executives in an interactive discussion around ‘Expanding the Horizons of Technology at the Qantas Group”. This lunch was proudly sponsored by The Star Entertainment Group and Lexus of Chatswood/McCarroll Automotive Group. Click on the heading to read more.
Michael Andrew AO, Chair, Board of Taxation addressed a private boardroom event for 22 business executives where guests engaged in a discussion about “Taxation Reform: taking a business and broader community perspective”. This SME Executive Boardroom lunch was proudly sponsored by Herbert Smith Freehills. Click on the heading to read more.
Minister Frydenberg addressed a Private Boardroom Briefing for Chamber members and guests and discussed the “Opportunities and Challenges facing Australia’s Resources and Energy Sectors”.