14 SEP - ASEAN Business Survey Launch and Panel Discussion

  • Thursday, September 14, 2017
  • 18:00 - 19:30
  • Auditorium, Australian Embassy Bangkok

On behalf of the Australian Embassy Bangkok and the Australian-Thai Chamber of Commerce, we are pleased to invite you to attend the AustCham ASEAN Business Survey Launch and a panel discussion on Thursday 14th September, starting at 6pm, to be held at the new Australian Embassy Bangkok, 181 Wireless Road, Lumpini. 

Our special guest, the Australian Ambassador to ASEAN, Ms Jane Duke, will present the findings of the ASEAN Business Survey, followed by a panel discussion featuring key business leaders in the Australian-Thai Business Community, who will discuss the ASEAN’s key achievements and their views of future trends in ASEAN. 


  • Ms Jane Duke, Australian Ambassador to ASEAN 
  • Mr Sam McMahon, Vice President Commercial, Finance & Business Development at NS Bluescope Thailand & Myanmar 
  • Mr Andrew McBean, CEO, PKF Holdings 


  • Mr. Brenton Mauriello, President AustCham Thailand and Vice President AustCham ASEAN; Executive Chairman dwp l design worldwide partnership 

Event details: 

Date: Thursday 14th September, 2017 


  • 18.00 – 18.15 Registration (please arrive by 17.30 to allow time for security screening) 
  • 18.15 – 18.30 Presentation of ASEAN Business Survey Results by Ms Jane Duke 
  • 18.30 – 19.30 Panel Discussion 
  • 19.30 – 21.00 Networking; cocktail style food & beverages 

Venue: Auditorium, Australian Embassy Bangkok (a map of the new location for the Australian Embassy can be found here). 

Reserve your seat by sending an email to Khun Chanakarn –chanakarn@austchamthailand.com by 3 PM, Wednesday 13 September.

Cost: Free of charge; **note: this event is for AustCham members only and limited to 100 places.** 

Please note no parking is available at the Australian Embassy. Lumpini MRT station is only a 10 minute commute on foot. You will need to present an ID card or passport to gain entry to the Embassy. All guests and all items will be subject to screening on arrival and we ask you not to bring backpacks, satchels and large handbags.