2021 PNG Investment Conference: don’t miss out on the pre-conference networking events


Register for the 2021 Papua New Guinea Investment Conference by this Friday to attend exclusive pre-conference networking functions in Port Moresby or Brisbane.

PNG Business Advantage Papua New Guinea Investment ConferenceThere are just two weeks until this year’s conference (7-9 September).

As it’s a Digital Conference this year, we’re hosting pre-event networking functions in Port Moresby and Brisbane next Wednesday (1 September).

Register your spot at the conference now to avoid missing out on any of the networking action.

Details of networking functions, Wednesday 1 September

The Port Moresby function is hosted and sponsored by Paradise Breweries. It will take place poolside at the Laguna Hotel from 6.30 to 8.00pm.

The Brisbane function is sponsored by Kina Bank. It will take place at the venue of our memorable 2018 conference, the Sofitel Central, from 5.30 to 7pm.

You must register for the conference (and pay in full) by 5pm this Friday (27 August) to be eligible to attend the networking functions.

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New speakers take the program to another level

We are very excited to announce these additions to the 2021 PNG Investment Conference program:

  • Samoa’s new Prime Minister, Fiamē Naomi Mataʻafa, on the potential for expanding commercial ties between Samoa and PNG
  • Wapu Sonk, Managing Director of Kumul Petroleum Holdings, on the future of PNG’s petroleum sector
  • United States Ambassador to PNG, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu, Erin Elizabeth McKee, on the new ‘Build Back Better’ program, designed to ‘catalyse hundreds of billions of dollars of infrastructure investment for low- and middle-income countries’
  • The International Finance Corporation’s VP for Asia and the Pacific, Alfonso Garcia Mora, on IFC support for private sector development in PNG
  • Chief Operating Officer for Vodafone Fiji, Ronald Prasad, on Vodafone’s technology plans for PNG
  • Daniel Toleman, Senior Research Analyst at Wood Mackenzie, on global trends in the LNG sector and their likely impact on PNG
  • Chief Investment Officer for the Australian Infrastructure Finance Facility for the Pacific, Robert Jauncey, on projects being funded by the AUD$2 billion facility, and how businesses can access funding

They join a 40-person speaker list that already includes eminent economist Saul Eslake, Queensland’s Chief Entrepreneur and tech visionary Wayne Gerard and KPMG Australia’s infrastructure lead, Barbara-Anne Bensted.

To register for the conference, click here.

Advertiser:  Business Advantage International

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