Commerce with no barriers
Provide leadership in linking people, local and international businesses and facilitate a seamless access to commercial ventures for the betterment of society.
To promote and encourage Australian and Filipino professionals and business enterprises in Australia.
To enhance and encourage business relationships between Australia and Asian countries, particularly the Philippines.
To facilitate the sharing of information and expertise that will assist newly established businesses and/or those intending to start up a business.
To actively participate and contribute to Australia's economic growth by assisting our members' international business ventures and partnerships.
We value an open, honest and accountable organization.
Our success is achieved through dedication, commitment, hard work and belief in what we do.
Creativity and simplicity are our formulas for solving problems.
We recognize leadership quality in all our members and we promote innovation.
We believe in the Australian multicultural principle of productive diversity.
Raise Australia’s profile in the Philippines and the Philippine’s profile in Australia.
Recruit a formidable membership roll consisting of Australian and Philippine Business Personalities and Corporations with mutual stakes in both countries.
Develop a significant state-wide regional presence.
Undertake alliances with other bilateral and local Chambers, and with Filipino and other ethnic community organizations to be mobilized for information dissemination, petition signature-taking, and bloc voting.
Participate actively in activities that promote the general welfare and well-being of Australia and its residents.
Generate funding to promote, enhance and safeguard the image of Australia and the Philippines in the respective host states.
News and Events
Manila, The Philippines, 10 December 2014 – The priorities to be advanced by APEC during the Philippines’ year as Chair in 2015 were set by Senior Officials from the region’s 21 member economies at the conclusion of a key two-day planning meeting on Tuesday in Manila, with focus on expanding the benefits for more of the region’s 3 billion people and powering a new generation of trade, investment and sustainable economic growth amid changing global conditions.
Issued by the APEC Secretariat Manila, The Philippines, 2 December 2014 – The Philippines is intent on building on the significant breakthroughs in trade and economic sustainability achieved by APEC member economies this year in China and ensuring that the benefits are widely felt, said President Benigno Aquino III on the eve of the archipelago’s commencement as APEC 2015 Chair.
Beyond Aid: Business and Development Conference 12 November 2014 Customs House, Brisbane Organised by GRM Futures Group The conference, aligned to the G20 agenda, will feature a strong line up speakers are all set to galvanise and focus discussion around the crucial, yet underdeveloped, role of the private sector in empowering communities and alleviating poverty.