Australian Trade Commission: Australia Unlimited 2013
An announcement of a consumer day and a series of B2B seminars organised by the Australian Trade Commission in Dubai.
March 28, 2013 2:15 by skilani
Australia Unlimited UAE 2013 to promote closer collaboration
Dubai, UAE, March 27 2013 – The Australian Trade Commission, Austrade, will present Australia Unlimited UAE 2013, a series of seminars and activities promoting closer bilateral trade, investment, and tourism and education links.
The two-day program begins on 13 April with Australia’s Open Day at the Symphony Ballroom, The Address Downtown in Dubai.
Seminars on Australian products, visas, tourist attractions and educational institutions, will be held alongside an exhibition showcasing leading Australian companies. There will also be demonstrations of Australian cooking and sport, and competitions for prizes including return tickets to Sydney with Qantas.
The following day, Austrade will conduct a number of business-to-business seminars showcasing Australian education, research and development, green building and investment opportunities.
His Excellency Pablo Kang, Australian Ambassador to the UAE, said Australia Unlimited UAE 2013 was a chance to learn about Australian capability and interact directly with Australian officials and with visiting representatives of Australian educational and scientific institutions.
“It is an ideal platform to understand more about contemporary Australia, especially as a destination for business, leisure or study,” Mr Kang said.
“We look forward to welcoming everyone interested in exploring the opportunities Australia offers.”
Austrade Senior Trade Commissioner and Consul General in Dubai Gerard Seeber said Australian products and retail outlets were popular in the UAE but local residents were sometimes unaware of their origins.
“There is still massive untapped potential for other Australian brands in the UAE, so this is an ideal time to make that initial contact, as well as find out what both countries can offer,” Mr Seeber said.
Entry to public events is free and fast-track registration is available online at www.austrade.gov.au
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