AKBC Members’ Meeting
AKBC Members’ Meeting
Dear AKBC members,
As Australia prepares for a new government, we recognise it would be an opportune time to convene our first AKBC Members’ Meeting so that we can help you understand the new political environment, key opportunities that lie ahead, and strategies about how we can continue work together to strengthen Australia-Korea bilateral relations.
We will also this opportunity to brief you on outcomes from our critical minerals and hydrogen delegation to Korea (6-9 June) and our AKBC’s new membership model moving forward. This platform will also allow us to hear directly from you about the issues and areas that matter most to our members so that the AKBC can best support you to leverage the promising opportunities the Australia-Korea relationship holds.
AKBC Members’ Meeting details:
Tuesday, 14 June 2022
10.00AM – 10.45 AM (AEST)
One of the key reasons for this meeting is to brief you on some exciting news regarding the AKBC’s transition to a new membership model. The Australia-Korea relationship has truly blossomed over the past 12-18 months, providing the ideal launching pad for the AKBC to increase the reach of our advocacy on your behalf.
With membership renewals coming up in July, we have prepared four levels of membership for your business, so that you can select the package that meets your current business needs while knowing that as your business grows, we’ll grow with you to help position you for success.
Our 2022 Membership Prospectus contains additional information on the new model, and we look to discussing this in more detail with you at the meeting.
We have provided a draft meeting agenda below. We would also very much welcome input on any other topics that members may wish to discuss – please reach out to me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
AKBC Members’ Meeting agenda:
1. Welcome by AKBC Chair, Hon Simon Crean
2. Update and Discussion on the Federal Political Landscape, Newgate Communications
3. Briefing and Q&A on our New Membership Model, Liz Griffin, Executive Director, AKBC and Daniel Kim, Board Member, AKBC
4. Any Other Business
As always, we thank you for your continued support and we look forward to meeting with you all soon.
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Australia Korea Business Council
PO Box 24430
Melbourne, Vic 3001 Australia
Liz Griffin – Executive Director
The Australia-Korea Business Council is the leading national body committed to strengthening the Australia-Korea economic relationship.