Follow us on our social media networks

We promote business between
Australia and Taiwan

Islands of Democracy, Stability and Prosperity

One of Australia’s oldest and most effective business councils

WELCOME TO THE AUSTRALIA-TAIWAN BUSINESS COUNCIL (ATBC)

The Australia-Taiwan Business Council Limited is one of Australia’s oldest and most effective business councils.

ABOUT THE AUSTRALIA-TAIWAN BUSINESS COUNCIL (ATBC)

Established in 1983, the ATBC set itself the goal of being Australia’s most commercially astute, professional, discreet and effective organisation promoting the nation’s interests in east Asia.

In the absence of diplomatic relations between Australia and Taiwan the ATBC has added strength, depth and resilience to links between the two countries.

LEARN MORE ABOUT US

For almost forty years, ATBC has worked in the interests of its members and in an effective partnership with Austrade, DFAT and other federal and state government agencies, fostering business between Australia and Taiwan. ATBC has a strong record of achievement, recognised by national and sub-national governments and business communities in both countries.

ATBC

The 34th Joint Conference of ATBC and ROCABC

34th Joint Conference

The 34th Joint Conference was held in the hybrid and forum format in Taipei and Brisbane on 4th November 2021. The Conference was very well attended with the attendance of greater than 160 persons virtually, 55 in person at the W Brisbane and 76 in person at the Hua Nan Bank International Convention Centre Taipei. There was combination of local, state and federal governments and business leaders from both sides.

Minister Mei-Hua Wang from Taiwan and Minister Dan Tehan from Australia jointly provided the remarks over the Conference Theme – “Trade and Investment Opportunities between Taiwan and Australia in the Post-Pandemic Era”. Conference topics were: Green Energy; Circular Economy and Biotechnology. The Conference also featured a “Special Report: Case Study of Business Cooperation Between Taiwan and Australia” on Domino’s Pizza Enterprises Ltd in Taiwan.

Australia-Taiwan Emerging Business Leaders Program

Leaders Program

EVENTS & WEBINARS

ATBC promotes ties betwen Australia and Taiwan

Australia-Taiwan Emerging Business Leaders Program  Workshop

Australia-Taiwan Emerging Business Leaders Program Workshop

“Australia-Taiwan Emerging Business Leaders Program Workshop”Read More »

BECOME A MEMBER

Benefits of membership

Being a member of the ATBC is a good investment, we provide the following services to our members:

  • Annual conferences, forums, trade and investment missions
  • Business information and advice
  • The right introductions in Taiwan and Australia
  • Access and influence, with public and private sector leaders

The ATBC works with Austrade, the Australian Office in Taiwan and the ROC-Australia Business Council (ROCABC) to get results for its members.

BECOME A MEMBER NOW

LATEST NEWS

Connect with ATBC to stay up to date with the latest news

Window on the ATBC No. 9

READ MORE

Window on the ATBC No. 8

READ MORE

Window on the ATBC No. 7

READ MORE

Window on the ATBC No. 6

READ MORE

Window on the ATBC No.5

READ MORE

Window on the ATBC

READ MORE

Window on the ATBC

READ MORE

Window on the ATBC

READ MORE

Window on the ATBC

READ MORE

Taiwan — not China!

READ MORE

Australia and Taiwan business councils to meet halfway — at Darwin!

READ MORE

2015 Annual General Meeting of the Australia-Taiwan Business Council

READ MORE

Australian Supply Chains for Taiwan entrepreneurs in Hangzhou and Tianjin!

READ MORE

ATBC awarded Asia Business Engagement grant for a new Australia-Taiwan women entrepreneur network

READ MORE

Australian Gas Export Outlook 2014

READ MORE

ATBC Christmas Card 2013

READ MORE

Bulletin — 15 December 2013 Christmas

READ MORE

ANZ Quick Reaction — Taiwan Exports Expanded Mildly in July

READ MORE

ATBC AGM 28 5 13 — Full Tex of the Address delivered by Maurice L Newman AC

READ MORE

ATBC AGM 28 5 13 — Full Tex of the Address delivered by Maurice L Newman AC

READ MORE

Bulletin — 19 December 2012

READ MORE

Bulletin — 27 June 2012

READ MORE

Bulletin — 30 May 2012

READ MORE

Bulletin — 26 April 2012

READ MORE

Bulletin — 5 March 2012

READ MORE

Bulletin — 19 January 2012

READ MORE

Bulletin — 26 August 2011

READ MORE

Bulletin — 20 June 2011

READ MORE