Please join us in Melbourne on 23 May next for an event that promises to shine the spotlight on the wealth of opportunities that are on offer to Australian business as nation’s throughout Latin America bring to the market a significant pipeline of major infrastructure projects that will enhance the region’s competitiveness and growth.
The importance and scope of the event is reflected in the calibre of the institutions driving the Forum. These include the Victorian Government and the Australian Government through the Council on Australia Latin America Relations (COALAR), Austrade and the Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade, and private sector institutions such as Industry Super Australia, the Global Infrastructure Hub, the Inter-American Development Bank and CAF, the Latin American Development Bank.
Australia’s expertise in the field of infrastructure is well-known and therefore eagerly sought in the region. So far, only a handful of Australian companies have participated in the development of the region’s infrastructure, but the potential is there for many more companies to become involved and to benefit from the building of the region’s infrastructure.
The inaugural Latin American Infrastructure Forum will bring together leading players from both Latin America and Australia to showcase opportunities, to provide advice on how to participate in the projects and to establish valuable contacts.
In a single day delegates will obtain information and forge connections that would otherwise take many weeks of travel and significant cost to secure. As such, the Forum represents great value and an investment well worth making so as not to forgo the opportunity to conduct some preliminary due diligence on a potential growth area for your business.
If Latin America is on your radar and you are in any way involved in the infrastructure sector, defined in the broadest sense, this is one event that you will not want to miss.
For full details about this exciting initiative, please visit the Forum webpage at: