With the support of entities such as the Brazilian Consulate in Hong Kong and CBCDE (Brazil-China Chamber for Economic Development), Brazil Invest 2012 will be the first conference to guide investors on how they can benefit from Brazilian economic development, understand the main tools to overcome its challenges and successfully invest their capital in attractive and high performing assets. With content researched with companies in Brazil and Asia, the conference will examine the main mechanisms and strategies for companies to achieve successful results in the Agriculture, Infrastructure, Mining and Oil & Gas sectors. It will also showcase the new local government plans that impact directly on foreign investment and examine the main trends in Brazilian market growth, presenting the best opportunities and strategies for companies to secure strategic resources, food supply and infrastructure projects, and to evaluate their investment potential.
The Association, as a non-profit Chanmber of Commerce, was established in 2006. We embrace the motto of “Set foot in Hong Kong, bridge to China, liaise with the world” to facilitate the development of the energy and mineral industry, to bridge the international sector and establish a grand stage for the industry, enhancing cooperation among actors to promote project developments. Meanwhile we aim at gathering strength of the industry to win glorious business, to defend interest of the industry and promote the status and influence of the sector in the international setting.
Believe in value, Believe in Energy and Minerals - we welcome entrepreneur interested in investing in the industry to join our Association.
Hong Kong Mining Investment Professionals Association
Hong Kong Mining Investment Professionals Association (HKMIPA), a non-profit legal entity, is established to promote the mining investment industry in Hong Kong and to enhance the communications among the mining investment professionals in Hong Kong.
HKMIPA maintains the following objectives:
promoting relationships, cooperation and better understanding amongst the professional mining industry in Hong Kong;
facilitating the exchange of information and views, to collect and disseminate information pertaining to the Members and to introduce the latest technology and knowledge to the industry;
expressing views of the Members on matters concerning the lawful interest of the mining industry;
promoting Hong Kong as an international centre for mining investment industry;
strengthening the efficient operations of the mining industry in Hong Kong;
facilitating the exchange of information and views, to collect and disseminate information pertaining to members and to develop various technique in mining industry;
allowing wider acquaintance and closer cooperation among those interested in the mining management and investment;
participating in business and economic affairs of the community for the purpose of strengthening understanding among members.
The Australian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong and Macau
The Australian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong and Macau represents the largest business community outside of Australia and is the second largest international chamber in Hong Kong, reflecting the growing strength of Australian business in Greater China.
Our Members are senior representatives from the major Australian companies in Hong Kong, as well as a cross-section of local and international businesses. The Chamber maintains a full schedule of events that are designed to keep Members informed of developments in their field of interest and provide opportunities for them to meet with other business people and promote their businesses.
AustCham represents the views and interests of Members to government departments and other organisations in Hong Kong, China and Australia. The Chamber is an active member of the International Business Committee (IBC), which comprises leaders of the major international chambers of commerce and business organisations who meet regularly with the Chief Secretary and other senior Hong Kong Government officials.