Brisbane City Council invites business people to join high-profile international keynote speakers and delegates from around the world when Brisbane hosts the 2011 Asia Pacific Cities Summit (APCS) between 6 to 8 July.
April 21st, 2011
With business and civic leaders from across the Asia Pacific, Europe, the Middle East and the Americas, the Summit is a unique opportunity to gain entry into the world’s fastest growing market – the Asia Pacific region.
The Summit is a Brisbane City Council initiative supported by the Queensland Government with IBM and ANZ the major sponsors.
Themed ’The Business of Cities’, the 2011 APCS will bring together more than 1,000 delegates from more than 100 cities, as well as international experts, presentations and case studies addressing sustainability, connectivity and managing rapid growth in our cities over coming decades.
A tailored business matching program will provide opportunities for business networking and encourage relationships, partnering and trade and investment among delegates, sponsors and government agencies.
What: 2011 Asia Pacific Cities Summit (APCS)
When: Wednesday 6 July to Friday 8 July 2011
Where: Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre
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