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Australia India Business Council | Fostering bi-lateral trade for 28 years
Established in 1986, the Australia India Business Council was founded to foster bilateral relations between the two countries and is the only national body representing bi-lateral trade and investment relations between Australia and India.
The AIBC is a national membership organisation with active branches in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth and Canberra.
The AIBC maintains close relationships with federal and state government agencies, the diplomatic corps and industry bodies, and showcases opportunities to the Australian business community through an active program of events nationally.
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.
The Australian Computer Society is the professional association for Australia’s Information and Communication Technology (ICT) sector. In everything we do, our goal is to help our members be the best they can be. We’re passionate about recognising professionalism, developing ICT skills and building a community with a true sense of belonging.
Our members are committed to the pursuit of excellence and the highest standards of professional conduct. We strive for ICT to be recognised as a driver of innovation in our society, relevant across all sectors. Our goal is to help our members be the best they can be.
We help our members realise their professional ambitions in the global economy, making the most of an era of extraordinary possibility. As a member, you can receive international, independent recognition for your skills through our certification program, bringing the rewards of new opportunities. Our professional development opportunities, networking and information resources help you carve out a successful career path. We are also the voice of Australian ICT, representing all practitioners in business, government and education. Our Code of Ethics upholds professional standards while our advocacy and policies help our profession thrive.
We help our members realise their professional ambitions in the global economy.
The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) is the peak representative body and advocacy group for the ICT industry in Australia. The AIIA has for 35 years pursued activities to stimulate and grow the ICT industry, to create a favourable business environment for our members and to contribute to the economic imperatives of our nation. The organisation’s priorities are to grow and develop the ICT industry; drive the digital economy and build industry capability. Our goal is to create a “world class information, communications & technology industry delivering productivity, innovation & leadership for Australia”.
We are proud to represent over 400 member organisations nationally, including global brands such as Apple, Adobe, Avanade, EMC, Deloitte, Gartner, Google, HP, IBM, Infosys, Intel, Microsoft, Oracle and Singtel Optus; international companies including Telstra; and national companies including Ajilon, Data#3, SMS Management and Technology, Technology One and Oakton; and a large number of ICT SMEs. Our national board comprises representatives from hardware, software, and services companies and represents the diversity of our industry.
The Australia India Institute (AII) is a leading centre for the study of India. Through its teaching, research, public policy and outreach programs, it is building Australia’s capacity to understand India. AII is also a hub for dialogue, research and partnerships between India and Australia. Based at the University of Melbourne, the Institute hosts a growing range of programs that are deepening and enriching the relationship between the two countries. www.aii.unimelb.edu.au