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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

Adelaide
An Extended Boardroom Luncheon with Louise Higgins, Chief Financial …
07 Jun
Perth
AICC(WA) Annual Dr Patricia V Kailis AM OBE Women of Achievement …
13 Jun
Brisbane
How can you engage with Israel?
14 Jun
Adelaide
A Business Luncheon with Jeffrey Cole, Founder & Director of the …
20 Jun
Brisbane
Innovation in Property
21 Jun
Adelaide
A Business Luncheon with Andrew Pridham, CEO of Moelis Australia …
26 Jun
Melbourne
AICC Lunch with The Hon Daniel Andrews MP, Premier of Victoria
29 Jun
Brisbane
Can Innovation Create Sustainable & Affordable Energy?
12 Jul
Adelaide
A Business Luncheon with John O'Sullivan, Managing Director & CEO of …
19 Jul
Perth
AICC(WA) Exclusive Corporate Round Table Lunch featuring Mr Rod Sims, …
31 Jul

Cyber-Security Briefing on 6 December 2017

Cyber-Security Briefing on 6 December 2017

Cyber-Security Briefing on 6 December 2017 with Yuval Illuz, Chief Information Security and Trust Officer, Commonwealth Bank; Jonathan Gadir, Senior Policy Officer, NSW Government Chief Information Security Officer Team; Stuart Mort, Director Cyber Security, Optus; Craig Davies, CEO, AustCyber; Prof Dali Kaafar, Scientific Director, Optus Macquarie University Cyber Security Hub. Moderated by Gordon Archibald, Partner, Cyber Security Services, KPMG

“Bringing your Whole Self to Work” - Friday 24 November 2017

“Bringing your Whole Self to Work” - Friday 24 November 2017

“Bringing your Whole Self to Work” - with Julian Leeser MP; Dawn Hough, Director Pride Inclusion Program, ACON and Moo Baulch, CEO, Domestic Violence NSW. Moderated by Clare Sporle, Partner at Ernst & Young, Chair of Oceania Diversity & Inclusion Council