Pacific Welkam in Brisbane
Our fourth Pacific Welkam took place on Brisbane on 8th June.
— By APIBC
Our fourth Pacific Welkam event took place in Brisbane on the 8th June. We had a great turnout of 40 guests who attended to network and hear a brief from Ms Jinita Prasad.
Our sincere thanks to member company Santos Limited for generously sponsoring the event and providing a delicious lunch for attendees.
We particularly thank our speaker, Ms Jinita Prasad, General Manager of PLN Advisory for her brief to attendees on on PLN Advisory's Directors Duties Guide, you can access her presentation below and Jinita has advised those wishing to access a copy of the guide should contact her directly.
This year, with the introduction of the Pacific Welkam Series, we are striving to create a quality program with a varied selection of speakers and industry updates, and also provide valuable networking opportunities for our members, and those interested in entering these markets and becoming a member of the Business Councils. In order to create quality events, if you are interested in hosting, attending or speaking at future events, please get in touch with the Secretariat.
If you wish to know about future events as a non-member, you can subscribe to our event updates.
You can access photos from the event on our Facebook Page.
The next Pacific Welkam will take place in Port Moresby on the evening of Wednesday 9th August as an invitation-only Australia Papua New Guinea Business Council Networking event, with another Pacific Welkam event to take place in Sydney the following week on 17th August, details will be shared soon.
You can download a copy of Jinita's presentation here.
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