The two countries already benefit from extensive trading relationships, as more than 2,000 companies from Australia and Britain regularly conduct business together.
The Chamber was founded in 1910, the same year as Australia, a newly formed nation, sent its first High Commissioner to Britain. It has a strong reputation for driving relationship development through exclusive networking and business support services.
Trade with Britain is Australia’s fifth largest trading relationship and the Australian High Commissioner to the UK has recently stated that a free trade agreement post-Brexit would enhance and strengthen that relationship.
Informed Solutions has a long track record of working in Australia with offices in Sydney and Melbourne. There are also plans in progress to open a third office in Canberra.
Our work in Australia is wide-ranging, supporting oil and gas clients and delivering digital transformation projects across government. At this year’s iAwards, led by the Australian Information Industry Association, Informed Solutions’ whole-of-enterprise data sharing portal for the New South Wales Government was recognised with three awards, including a special NSW Public Sector and Government Innovation award.
Commenting on joining the Australian British Chamber of Commerce, Elizabeth Vega the Group CEO for Informed Solutions said:
“We are delighted to be new ABCC members. As a scale-up company with offices in the UK and Australia, we have a well established reputation for delivering innovation through collaborative working and corporate partnering in the digital and smart economy sectors. We are excited by the potential to explore ideas and develop mutually beneficial business opportunities in Australia with other members.”