Meet@APCS – the place to connect, share knowledge and do business

The Asia Pacific Cities Summit (APCS) is renowned for helping businesses gain entry into key global markets and the 2019APCS is your opportunity to engage with the region at a significant scale.

It is your best opportunity to meet the decision makers of the Asia Pacific region’s leading cities, all in one location, at the same time.

Maximise your participation with Meet@APCS, a dedicated business introductions program, enabling delegates to pre-arrange meetings with other delegates, including local government representatives, potential partners, investors, clients and suppliers.

Meet@APCS is designed to create opportunities to meet other delegates, exchange knowledge and do business by enabling you to pre-schedule meetings with other delegates.

Whether you have a government-to-government, business-to-business, or business-to-government focus, Meet@APCS helps you connect with the right people, organisations or cities.

Meetings will be held at the Brisbane Region Pavilion, the hub of the action in the 2019APCS Market Square.

How to access Meet@APCS

  • During the registration process, delegates will be invited to participate in the Meet@APCS program.
  • One month before the APCS, registered delegates will be emailed a link to download the Meet@APCS App.
  • Once downloaded, delegates can use the Meet@APCS App to request and accept meetings with other delegates from Monday 8 July to Wednesday 10 July 2019.
  • Meetings will be automatically scheduled in the meeting rooms situated in the Brisbane Region Pavilion at the hub of the 2019APCS Market Square.

The 2015APCS Meet@APCS Business Program enabled more than 300 business leads and more than 100 targeted meetings in two days.

Hear from previous APCS attendees about the benefits of APCS to your business.

Learn more about the range of sessions and networking events in the latest APCS Program.

Register now for the region’s premier business and networking event.

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