International business

Brisbane City Council is committed to advancing Brisbane’s place in the Asia Pacific region and beyond. Council’s international business programs aim to improve the economic benefits and opportunities for Brisbane-based businesses by:

  • strengthening Sister City relationships throughout the Asia Pacific and the Middle East
  • facilitating business and trade connections for Brisbane organisations with international markets
  • supporting local businesses to achieve successful outcomes through our Sister City networks
  • co-ordinating inbound international delegations and outbound business missions to overseas markets.

Council's International Relations and Multicultural Affairs Unit facilitate and manage these programs and act as a referral service for businesses who aspire to connect with the Asia Pacific and the world. Contact the team to find out how they can help you and your business.

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International delegations - opportunities to connect with Brisbane

Brisbane regularly welcomes visiting international delegations and study visits consisting of business people, academics and government officials to connect with Brisbane City Council. This program provides a unique opportunity for visiting delegations to access specialised information and learn and exchange information on best-practices through presentations, roundtable discussions , networking events and individual meetings.

International visitors who would like to meet with officials from Brisbane City Council and Brisbane's institutions should complete the online form or contact the International Relations and Multicultural Affairs Unit.

Additional information

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Council’s entire website can be translated into 100+ languages for members of our multicultural communities. You may select your preferred language from the “Select language” dropdown in the footer if you would like to use the translation feature.

If you wish to speak to Brisbane City Council and need an interpreter, please visit the Translating and Interpreting Service page.

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Contact the International Relations and Multicultural Affairs Unit:

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Last updated: 12 April 2022

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