Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce
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Universities are reinventing themselves as micro-environments for innovation and entrepreneurship. A university that can’t demonstrate its impact on industry and the marketplace will become less relevant in the future. With Tel Aviv University (TAU) alumni now ranked...
Despite exponential growth from business, government and private investors Social Impact Investing (SII) is still a niche market in the global investment pool. This year it’s forecast to exceed $32 billion in Australia, particularly as younger investors are attracted to using their investments to generate positive, measurable, social and environmental impact, alongside their financial returns.
Following a recent AICC Chairman’s Circle lunch on ACCC Priorities & Purpose Ahead, supported by Gilbert+Tobin, newly appointed Australian Competition and Consumer (ACCC) chair Gina Cass-Gottlieb shared her leadership vision and upcoming agenda for protecting Australian consumers into a digital and green future.
What does the recent Federal election mean for Aboriginal people? How much progress will the new Parliament make on the key issues of constitutional change, closing the gap and the journey towards reconciliation?
Join our upcoming business briefing to hear from three of Australia’s most influential Aboriginal leaders including Pat Turner AM, Chief Executive Officer, National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation & Lead Convenor of the Coalition of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Island Community-Controlled Peak Organisations, Karen Mundine, Chief Executive Officer, Reconciliation Australia and Dean Parkin, Director, From The Heart.
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ACCC Chair Shares Vision to Protect Australian Consumers in a Digital and Green FutureFollowing a recent AICC Chairman’s Circle lunch on ACCC Priorities & Purpose Ahead, supported by Gilbert+Tobin, newly appointed Australian Competition and Consumer (ACCC) chair...
Sydney hosting WorldPride in 2023 will put the city back on the international map as progressive, global and inclusive. This was the conclusion of Sydney WorldPride (SWP) CEO Kate Wickett and Margy Osmond, CEO of the Tourism & Transport Forum, who both recently...