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Trade Events

Every year U.S. Commercial Service Australia supports a number of trade shows and events carefully selected by its team of country experts from the many taking place in the U.S. and in Australia. These events present the best opportunities for U.S. companies to identify potential business partners in the Australian market.

Trade Events in Australia

Participating in local trade events is an excellent way to explore opportunities in the Australian market. more...

Trade Events in the U.S.

U.S. trade events are prime venues to identify and meet with motivated Australian businesspeople attending the shows. more...


International Trade Events

2015 APCAC Business Summit At A Glance

The American Chamber of Commerce in Singapore is hosting this year’s APCAC 2015 summit from March 11 to 13 at Marina Bay Sands Singapore.

The conference - themed “The United States and Asia – New Opportunities in the Pacific Century” - offers a valuable opportunity to gather with peers and government officials, and experience Singapore during its 50th anniversary celebration.


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