The Asia Pacific Cities Summit (APCS) and Mayors’ Forum is an event initiated by Brisbane City Council. It was first held in 1996 and has been held biennially since 1999, the venue alternating between the City of Brisbane and cities awarded to host the event in the Asia Pacific Region.
Recognised as the region’s leading business and government forum for managing cities and urban development, APCS provides a dynamic and interactive platform for participants to exchange knowledge, identify a common agenda, develop shared solutions, improve city governance across the Asia Pacific region and ensure sustained prosperity.
Now in its 10th summit, the 2015 Asia Pacific Cities Summit and Mayors’ Forum (2015APCS) will be held in Brisbane on 5 – 8 July 2015.
Opportunities for businesses
- Expand your business in the Asia Pacific region and beyond.
- Meet key decision-makers from more than 100 cities from all over the world.
- Learn from internationally renowned speakers and government leaders.
- Exchange knowledge and connect through prime business networking events.
2015APCS delegates will engage with business and government leaders from diverse sectors, chambers of commerce and event partners Microsoft, Bloomberg, J.P. Morgan, the Brookings Institution, SingTel-Optus, Trade and Investment Queensland, Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland and Brisbane Marketing.
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