G’Day UK changes to Australialive to serve Europe

Previously known as G’day UK, the month-long series of events aimed
at “celebrating Australian businesses, culture, food and wine” in the
UK is changing its name to
Australialive in order to be used also in a wider programme of activities across
Europe.

Originally, focusing on building trading links between
Australia and the
UK, the Australialive CEO
Forum will take place on 14 September in London
at Altitude 360 at Millbank Tower and will showcase investment
opportunities Down Under, with a focus on natural resources and financial
services.

“Our
goal is to strengthen further our trading ties with the UK and encourage businesses and consumers to
discover more about Australia,” says the chairman of
Australialive, Phillip Aiken. 

A new
website www.australialive.org has launched giving more information on the
opportunities for doing business with or visiting Australia as
well details on forthcoming events.

Australialive is supported by the Australian State Governments,
Qantas airline, the national tourism body Tourism Australia and the Australian
Trade Commission, Australian Business and the Australian High Commission in the
UK.  

Paul Colston

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Paul Colston

Managing Editor, Conference News & Conference & Meetings World.

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