Australia India Business Council | Fostering bi-lateral trade for 27 years
Established in 1986, the Australia India Business Council (AIBC) was founded to foster bi-lateral relations between the two countries. We are the only premier non-profit organisation, with a mission to promote trade dialogue between India and Australia through nurturing and maintaining close relationships in both Australia and India, with Federal and State government agencies, the diplomatic corporations and industry bodies.
AIBC plays a pivotal role in showcasing opportunities to business communities of and for Australian Corporations through an active calendar of events, delegate meets, facilitation of knowledge and resources to ascertain emerging opportunities in India.
We have a growing membership and active chapters in NSW, ACT, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia.
SPECIAL FOCUS: INDIA
India will grow rich before it grows grey.
As Prime Minister, should that honour fall to me, I would take India seriously as I have always done, I will treat India as one of the key countries helping to shape the future of Australia and the wider world. On this occasion, I should also thank the Australia-India Business Council for the work you are doing to build links - personal as well as economic - between our two countries.
This is a very important relationship and I am so pleased to be here tonight to see it flourish.
IN THE NEWS
Natasha was a member of the first Management Committee of the SA Chapter of AIBC, served as State President in 2010 and is a current member of the Management Committee. A North Adelaide resident and Councillor since 2010, Natasha manages her own consultancy, Access India, and is a director and member of various boards and committees.
She succeeds current Deputy Lord Mayor and Councillor, Dr Michael Llewellyn-Smith AM, from 1 February until the end of the 2010-2014 municipal term of office.
Keynote Address by The Hon Barry O’Farrell MP Premier of New South Wales.
“Increasing trade between New South Wales and India is a key priority of the NSW Government – which is why each year I lead a trade and investment mission to the country.”