Queensland-India Trade & Investment Strategy 2023-27 launched at AIBC’s Australia India Address  

Queensland Treasurer & Minister for Trade & Investment, Cameron Dick launched the Queensland-India Trade & Investment Strategy 2023-27 in Brisbane at AIBC’s flagship annual platform, the Australia India Address. Also present was Stirling Hinchliffe, Queensland Minister for Tourism, Innovation and Sport and Minister Assisting the Premier on Olympics and Paralympics Sport and Engagement.

The Queensland strategy seeks to diversify opportunities in several promising sectors and has outlined strategic priorities and actionable initiatives to further strengthen Queensland’s association with India.

Thank you to the Australia India Address platinum sponsor, Trade and Investment Queensland; gold sponsor, the Springfield City Group, and the AIBC National Sponsor, NIB.

The agenda also included an insightful panel discussion moderated by Peter Varghese AO, Chancellor, University of Queensland and former High Commissioner to India. Thanks to our panellists – Jess Jonassen – Australian cricketer; Jodi McKay – AIBC National Chair; Paul Henry – Managing Director APAC & Founder, Populous; and Tim Thomas – CEO, Centre for Australia India Relations.

India is already Queensland’s second-largest export market and the Treasurer, and his team are set to build on this momentum with this visionary strategy. The strategy has identified opportunities in specific sectors and outlined strategic priorities and actionable initiatives such as forging ties with key states in India to create commercial opportunities, enhancing aviation links, building connections with Indian industry for education and training, launching the flagship India Growth Program and mobilising the diaspora.

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