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POSTPONED | International Business Connect
Tuesday 24 March 2020 – 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm$25
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, we have decided to postpone this event until further notice. We believe this decision reflects the views of our members that it is in the best interest of attendees and the broader population to avoid in-person gatherings. Contact us on 02 6247 4199 or email@example.com for further information.
Expand your international networks; meet Canberra’s successful international businesses.
The Canberra Business Chamber, ACT Government and Austrade (TradeStart) have joined together to create a series of bi-monthly themed networking events, hosted by a local business or an organisation operating internationally.
The host of this month’s event is the ANU Research School of Management (RSM), College of Business and Economics. RSM’s mission is to create and share knowledge that makes a difference to organisations and society. RSM has a long tradition of engaging with industry and government and is committed to driving positive change through collaboration with forward thinking private, public and not-for-profit organisations.
Date: Tuesday, 24 March 2020
Time: 5.30pm – 7.30pm
Venue: ANU, Fred Gruen Economics Seminar Room, Level 1, HW Arndt Building, 25a Kingsley Street, Acton, ACT
Register: Not available
Tentative run sheet
5.30pm Arrivals and networking over drinks and canapés.
6.00pm Welcome and introductions by:
- Robert Holgate, ACT TradeStart Adviser
- Vinh Lu, Associate Dean, College of Business and Economics
- Anton Kriz, Associate Professor, Research School of Management
6.15pm Panel session “Educating and Supporting the Exporter’s Journey”
(moderated discussion and Q&A with two CBR-based companies involved with the ANU’s International Business Plan Competition Program)
6.45pm Networking continues
ANU provides students with an opportunity to apply what they learn as a valuable extension to their educational experience, which also brings a fresh perspective to local business. RSM provides opportunities for exporters to engage and collaborate with students and academics through the International Business Plan Competition as well as experiential learning courses covering Business Growth Strategies, Market Research and New Venture Creation.