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Breakfast Launch of the Australia United Kingdom Investment Report with the Hon Steve Ciobo MP, Australian Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment and the Rt Hon Graham Stuart MP, UK Minister for Investment

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Published on 05.07.2018 by Australia-United Kingdom Chamber of Commerce

Breakfast Launch of the Australia United Kingdom Investment Report with the Hon Steve Ciobo MP, Australian Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment and the Rt Hon Graham Stuart MP, UK Minister for Investment

Join us for the breakfast launch of the Australia United Kingdom Investment Report with the Australian Minister for Trade, Investment and Tourism, the Hon Steve Ciobo MP, and the UK Minister for Investment, the Rt Hon Graham Stuart MP.

This exclusive breakfast will offer a unique opportunity to celebrate the strong and growing investment relationship between the two countries and to hear the latest developments on the trade discussions between the UK and Australian Governments and what they mean for the future of our trade and business relationship. 

 

Event Details

Tuesday 17th July 2018

7.30AM - 9.30AM

Registration begins at 7.30am for a 7.50am breakfast seating.

 

Venue

Venue announced upon registration

 

Ticket Details

Australia-UK Chamber Member & Guests Ticket Prices: 

£1,200 per table (12 guests)

£650 per half table (6 guests)

£120 per individual

 

Non-Member Release Ticket Prices: 

£1,600 per table (12 guests)

£850 per half table (6 guests)

£160 per individual

 

 For full tables and half tables please RSVP via the 'RSVP - Table' link below or email directly at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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