AKBC and AustCham Joint Critical Minerals and Hydrogen Breakfast Discussion in Seoul

The Australia-Korea Business Council are pleased to announce that we are bringing a delegation of Australian businesses to Korea to meet with senior-level, key stakeholders in critical minerals and hydrogen.

Co-hosted by AKBC Chairman, the Hon. Simon Crean, and AustCham Chairman, Mr Ross Gregory, we welcome you to a joint critical minerals and hydrogen breakfast discussion in Seoul. This exclusive members-only event will be attended by around 30 senior business leaders and government representatives, including Mr Bill Paterson PSM, former Ambassador to the Republic of Korea.

The breakfast discussion provides an opportunity for attendees from within the Australian and Korean energy sector to discuss their views on the opportunities presented by a change in both the Australian and Korean Governments, and how the Australian business community can best position itself to be Korea’s partner of choice, as both economies seek to decarbonise their economies.

Date and Time

Thursday, 9 June 2022
8am – 9.30am (KST, GMT +9)

Venue
Grand Hyatt Seoul
322 Sowol-Ro Hannam-Dong, Gu, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, South Korea
Seoul, Korea (South)

*Please note:

  • This is an exclusive event for AKBC and AustCham Korea members only
  • The event is currently limited to 30 guests
  • Tickets are KRW100,000

For ticketing enquiries, please email Liz Griffin, Executive Director of the Australia-Korea Business Council at lgriffin@akbc.com.au, or Rowan Petz, Executive Director of the Australian Chamber of Commerce in Korea at events@austchamkorea.org.

Where

Grand Hyatt Seoul
322 Sowol-Ro Hannam-Dong, Gu, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, South Korea
Seoul, Korea (South)

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