• Sydney Build 2018

    Date: 15 - 16 Mar 2018
    Location: Sydney
    The diverse construction exihibition to focus exclusively in cinstruction opportunities,both non-commercial and commercial in Sydney, New South Wales.
  • The 2nd Global Timber Conference

    Date: 6 - 8 Nov 2017
    Location: Pullman Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia
    The second edition of the Global Timber Conference 2017 (GTC 2017) is once again back to gather 300 odd regional policy makers, experts and captains of the industry from over 20 countries in Sarawak; under the selected theme ‘Innovation & Market Driven Strategies: Keys to Sustainable Growth’ to discuss and deliberate on strategies in lifting the timber and timber-products industry.
  • AnuFood China 2017

    Date: 30 Aug – 1 Sep, 2017
    Location: China International Exhibition Center (New), Beijing, China
    The international trade fair for food retail and hospitality, which will take place in the China National Convention Center of Beijing, is a must for all food retailers, hotel and restaurant operators, mainly from the region of North China.
  • Sustainable Energy and Water Resources Management Week

    Date: 16-17 Aug 2017
    Location: Sule Shangri-la, Yangon, Myanmar
    Water has been dubbed ‘the oil of the twenty first century’ as its scarcity is increasingly felt globally. Over the fifty years, the world’s population has increased more than two-and-half times to about 6.4 billion. At the same time, the demand for fresh water went up four times. According to the prediction of the Nations Environment Programme Report, at this rate, up to 7 billion people in sixty countries may suffer from water scarcity by year 2050. Without access to clean water, not only would public health being affected due to poor hygiene and sanitation, agricultural and industrial activities could get disrupted too.
  • Agri Investor: Australia Forum 2017

    Date: 21 Jun 2017
    Location: Grand Hyatt, Melbourne, Australia
    Attracted by strong fundamentals and long-term horizons, global institutional and private capital alike are increasingly seeking both traditional and more active strategies that offer exposure to agriculture. Australia, in particular, has become a key market to optimise a global strategy with opportunities for investors to capitilise on vast export potential, along the value chain.
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