The EABC advocates for stronger relations between Europe and Australia, notably through the establishment of comprehensive economic partnerships between Australia and the European Union (EU), the United Kingdom (UK) and the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) countries.
The EABC also advocates for stronger linkages between the EU and Australia in research and innovation, calling for Australian participation in the EU’s next funding programme for R&D&I, Horizon Europe.
The EABC aims to encourage further business linkages and collaboration between Australia and Europe across all sectors, in particular where the two economies face common challenges.
To do so, the EABC provides a forum for policy discussion and debate through Boardroom Discussions & Forums.
EABC Boardroom Discussions & Forums are comprised of a structured programme of guests speakers and discussions around topics including trade and investment, research & innovation, education, energy, climate change, infrastructure, health, financial services, culture, defence & (cyber)security, education, transports & mobility and the digital economy.
In parallel to these discussions, the EABC maintains ongoing dialogues with both Australian and European Governments, the EU institutions, senior officials and diplomats, peak business organisations, industry groups, and others. The EABC also works closely with the European Union Delegation to Australia.
For more information, please contact Sarah Cumming (Director, Policy) at firstname.lastname@example.org or on : +61 426 454 290