Welcome to AVBC


Formed in 1996, under the Ethnic Exporter’s program of Austrade by the late Fred Fenech OAM The Australia Vietnam Business Council (AVBC) was originally founded as the former New South Wales Vietnam Chamber of Commerce. It was joined later with the Australian Vietnam Business Council functions . The Vietnam Trade Office, Consular and Embassy staff of both Australia and Vietnam have been of great assistance for the past 20 years. …
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AVBC Membership Renewal

The essential roles of the AVBC are to promote the development of trade, commerce and investment between Australia and the Socialist Republic of Vietnam and to facilitate communications and co-operation among its members, friends and governments. Critical to this process has been the need for extensive networking and leveraging from an understanding of culture and business practices and the building of trust and long-term relationships.

Join our organisation to promote your business internationally and benefit from our wealth of resources and network

We are gearing up to a great calendar 2018
We wish you and your families a safe healthy and prosperous 2018
We wish to do more for members and in particular we want to link on line so we can more effectively business match
We also have set up a consulting account and move to set up a balanced fund to further establish opportunities
We also will issue business cards for members of AVBC as well as certificates
We intend to upgrade contact and wish to learn more about needs
We encourage networking and leveraging and will seek to encourage more to grow business and opportunities

Thanks for your past support and we look forward to closing engagement in the growth of bilateral business and investment and

Please help us to help better by now paying financial membership for calendar 2018

Best regards
Laurence Strano
Foundation and current President – Australia Vietnam Business Council

Personal and corporate membership renewal and new applications download below

AVBC RENEWAL 2018

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Next AVBC event in Sydney

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The next AVBC networking event to be announced soon

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Laurence Strano B.Com.
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President Australia Vietnam Business Council Laurence Strano

Networking and business events coming soon

30 June 2017 President’s ReportPlease note the brilliant speaker for the AGM who brings excellent background and comments forward Kindly note the accounts

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LAURENCE WRITES IN THE AUSTRALIAN FINANCIAL REVIEW



One can be excused for thinking the US according t o media is being run by one man.The Article “Don’t bash Trump on trade :S&P ” (AFR 31 August) was symptomatic of this .
The issue really becomes whether the US has on balance benefited from its role in globalization and whether those who have been left behind are collateral damage .

If this is the case then the issue is whether the deliverer
Is to blame ie free trade or whether the gains can be better distributed and the real policies can be articulated better.

2017 YEAR OF OPTIMISM


“Portents of a dark age” by Andrew Clarke over Xmas (AFR 22-27 Dec) provided a wonderful portrayal of the glass half full approach of our Foreign Minister Julie Bishop. What an outstanding job she has done to date. Her optimism and statement of Australia taking advantage as opportunities arise and a prediction of a stronger role for Australia in 2017 is most praiseworthy. The dark age as alluded to surely refers to the problems of 2016 hopefully left behind as terrorism madness and criminal activity finally is resulting in global attempts to eradicate it and following the implementation of more vigilant internal security measures. One can only heap a lot of praise on internal and external security forces. Australia’s 2017 role on the international stage via membership of groups such as G20 and Asian Regional Forum and East Asian Summit will be most important in calming the rough waters in the China South Sea and coping with North Korea. Australia’s role in balancing relationships and building cooperation will be very significant in 2017.We are lucky to have a Foreign Minister who “radiates her optimistic zeitgeist”(spirit of the time)

Events


The AVBC invites you to
attend our next event VIETNAM AUSTRALIA BUSINESS NETWORKING 2 November 2017 6:30pm

Level 2/ 99 York Street, Sydney Australia

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Melbourne Campus
P.o. Box 537 Northbridge 1560
Ph: 0405 098 857
email: lgstrano@gmail.com