Two of Fiji’s three Deputy Prime Ministers will address the 27th Fiji Business Forum to be held in Sydney between 30 August and 1 September 2023.
The Honourable Manoa Kamikamica, Fiji’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Trade, Cooperatives and Small & Medium Industries will speak about the bilateral trade and investment relationship and his government’s strategic priorities in Fiji from the trade and investment perspective. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Tourism and Civil Aviation, the Honourable Viliame Gavoka, will also address the Forum.
Meanwhile, the program is shaping up well, with a line up of engaging speakers drawn from Government, Financial Institutions and a swathe of industry sectors, who will advise participants on the latest developments on policy, economic and infrastructure initiatives. Click here to view the program
Having commenced in 1987 and hosted most years since then, the Business Forum stands as the premier annual bilateral business gathering between Australian and Fijian businesses and governments. Participants will be granted unparalleled access to invaluable insights into business prospects in Fiji while also forging connections with esteemed policymakers and senior business figures from Australia and Fiji.
The Forum aims to provide businesses with pertinent information regarding current and potential opportunities in Fiji while also fostering closer ties between Australian and Fijian enterprises, which have a longstanding history of collaboration and cooperation.
Anticipated outcomes of this event for attending businesses include a heightened understanding of the potential for further growth in the bilateral business and investment relationship between Australia and Fiji. It also serves as an opportunity for businesses in both countries to address any concerns they believe necessitate governmental policy or administrative measures to facilitate bilateral business and investment expansion.
The Fiji market presents numerous prospects for Australian companies in various sectors, encompassing services related to tourist resort operations and refurbishment, building and construction, infrastructure projects, including roads, bridges, power, water, sewerage, ports, airports, as well as food and beverage, ICT products, and services including back-office and remote operations.
Please spread the word among your associates who are seeking business opportunities in Fiji.
To attend the Forum, register here