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 25th April 2018 Function
VERY SPECIAL INTERNATIONAL GUESTS
You are cordially invited to a very Special Event invitation to meet 11 Entrepreneurial Business Ladies from Vietnam and 5 from Singapore (Please refer to our special speakers)
Venue: 99 York St level 2, 25 April 2018, 6 for 6.30 buffet dinner
Our special MC for the evening Camtu Pham
Camtu Pham has proven track records and can help YOU to discover your strengths, find your purpose, empower you to lead, help you to build relationships, grow sales, improve results & satisfaction. Camtu is the person to go to if you need help with the following
– E-business solutions: Build online systems that work (Promotional websites, online stores, digital and integrated solutions, integrate a payment system so you can conduct online business, social media strategy, hosting and email solutions
– Marketing solutions for your business and yourself. Corporate & personal branding solutions that connect you with your target market and boost your results. Logo, brochure, stationery, printing and book publishing.
– Training and coaching solutions in leadership, management, innovation, and entrepreneurship
– Speaking at corporate events such as expos, industry meetings, networking, etc.
– Taking your product to the markets. Camtu & her team can help with strategy, product development include packaging design and activation campaign.
More info and examples of work can be found at www.cleverlink.com.au
Camtu is the author of Aim High Fly Fast: How to Create a Wonderful World for Yourself and Others. This book is now available around the world and in three languages: English, Vietnamese & Indonesian
Camtu Pham – email@example.com or +61 416 253837
- FROM AUSTRALIA
1.Graham Kinder ESM
B.Sc. MBA. Dip FS (FP). Dip V.Ed,Dip TDD, ANZIIF (Snr. Assoc), CIP
Kings Lance Enterprises Pty Ltd
ABN 16 607 482 039
Level 6, 111 Elizabeth Street,
Phone +61 2 8246 8810
Mobile: 0429 892 154
A specialist Business Development consultant, Graham has been responsible for numerous significant business expansions through high level facilitation of mergers, acquisitions, aggregations and dynamic organic growth through direct B2B sales.
Awarded the Emergency Services Medal on Australia Day 2016, Graham’s integrity, dedication and commitment to our community is seen in his active duty as a volunteer Officer with the NSW State Emergency Service and the NSW Rural Fire service.
Foundation and current President – Australia Vietnam Business Council
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