The Joint Select Committee on Trade and Investment Growth was established to inquire into and report on any measures to further boost Australia's trade and investment performance, including, but not limited to, barriers to trade; reduction of red tape and structural challenges and opportunities for the Australian community.
About This Inquiry
As part of its remit, the Committee will investigate how the research and innovation sector can better assist in overcoming Australia’s geographic, economic and labour challenges, with a focus on commercialisation including, how technology imports and exports could be further facilitated.
AACB Submission on "Australia's Future in Research and Innovation".
"Powering Collaboration- The AACB Pre-Budget Submission 2016-17", Association of Australian Convention Bureaux, 2016
"Delivering Innovation, Knowledge and Performance: The Role of Business Events", Prof Jago and Prof Deery, 2010
"Australia's International Business Events Sector: The Economic and Strategic Value Proposition", Deloitte Access Economics, 2014
"Attaracting Business Events to Australia: A Guide for the Australian Business Events Industry", Australian Government, Tourism Australia and Austrade), 2015