Articles

Tue
20
Jun 2017
Tue, 20 Jun 2017
Could you turnaround a failing business? Here are 10 tips on turnarounds that I learned from Grant Fenn, CEO of Downer Group, who inherited the situation above and fixed it (fast!) when he spoke at an American Chamber of Commerce event.
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Mon
19
Jun 2017
Mon, 19 Jun 2017
On this AmCham Podcast episode you’ll learn why Australian veterans are taking over corporate Australia and could be one of the best hires you ever make! Discussing this with host Duff Watkins is Tom Moore, Managing Director and CEO, WithYouWithMe.
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Fri
16
Jun 2017
Fri, 16 Jun 2017
From June 18 to 20, 2017, twenty-two high-profile Australian investors and business leaders will participate in the fourth annual SelectUSA Investment Summit in Washington D.C. Spearheaded by the U.S. Department of Commerce, the SelectUSA Summit is the largest U.S. Government-organised event aimed at attracting investment into the United States. AmCham CEO Niels Marquardt will be joining the Australian delegation this year.
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Thu
15
Jun 2017
Thu, 15 Jun 2017
Femeconomy is trailblazing a new way to spread awareness about gender equality within the workplace. Women are the majority of the consumer market, as they make 85% of decisions relating to purchasing, so it only makes sense to have the minds of women in the office in powerful positions.
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Video & Audio

Tue
13
Jun 2017
Tue, 13 Jun 2017

CEO Message June 2017

Article by Niels Marquardt
The June 2017 message from AmCham Australia CEO Niels Marquardt. This month Niels talks about: AmCham advocacy efforts on tax, trade, skilled migration and investment Washington Doorknock Upcoming trade missions to the US
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Tue
18
Apr 2017
Tue, 18 Apr 2017

CEO Message April 2017

Article by Niels Marquardt
The April 2017 message from AmCham CEO Niels Marquardt. This month Niels talks about: US Embassy Trade Missions to Adelaide and Perth AmCham-USSC FDI Study Canberra and Washington Doorknocks Trade Missions
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Thu
30
Mar 2017
Thu, 30 Mar 2017
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says tourism operators in Queensland's north do not want any more flights into Cairns. "Our state is booming in the area of tourism," Ms Palaszczuk said. "It's quite ironic that when I travel up to Cairns I have people saying to me, through our aviation attraction fund, 'don't send us any more flights at the moment, we actually need more product, we need more hotels built'." Ms Palaszczuk made the comments while addressing an American Chamber of Commerce in Australia breakfast on Friday.
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