PNG’s major investment event announces KPMG as Major Sponsor, confirms 2022 venue
The 2022 Business Advantage Papua New Guinea Investment Conference will held at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre on Monday 15 and Tuesday 16 August.
Hosted by PNG’s leading business media, the conference will promote business and investment opportunities in PNG, showcasing a wide range of industry sectors right across the economy.
It will also include a Conference Expo, an engaging social program and bonus satellite events.
Held over two days at the premium Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre on Brisbane’s iconic South Bank, the 2022 conference will have a similar program to our previous acclaimed investment events.
It will feature international keynotes, panel discussions, case studies, audio-video presentations and interactive sessions, all run in a relaxed and conducive environment.
Most importantly, this professionally-curated event will provide investors and business leaders with the rare opportunity to meet face-to-face and network.*
In addition, parts of the conference will livestreamed, enabling the event to reach a truly global audience.
KPMG major sponsor
The organisers have today also confirmed KPMG as Major Sponsor of the event.
‘We’re delighted to again commit to wholeheartedly supporting this essential event in PNG’s business calendar,’ said Zanie Theron, Managing Partner at KPMG’s Port Moresby office.
‘Coming in August, the conference is perfectly timed to follow the results of PNG’s National Elections. With the world now opening up after two years of COVID-19, this will be an ideal opportunity to present PNG to the international investment community.’
Details of the conference program will be announced in due course.
In the meantime,
- to register your interest in sponsoring, partnering or exhibiting at this prestigious event, please email [email protected].
- to register your interest in attending the 2022 conference, click here.
* COVID-safe protocols will be followed, as determined at the time by the relevant local health authorities.