Welcome to Commonwealth House

In April 2018, the Gold Coast will host one of the largest multi-sport events in the world – the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth GamesTM (GC2018).

Accompanying the exciting program of sport is Commonwealth House – an exclusive business space that will welcome leaders from across the world to share in the event – the culmination of Trade 2018.

Commonwealth House will be an invitation only opportunity for business to establish strong international partnerships, explore investment opportunities and develop new global value chains across the Commonwealth.

The Program

Commonwealth House will officially open from 25 March to 16 April 2018, with featured programming to take place from 2-6 April 2018.

The Program at Commonwealth House will be supported by a wider engagement program with industry site visits, off-site events and attendance at GC2018 events.

The Program is being developed to ensure the greatest outcomes for attendees with a focus on creating meaningful opportunities for business and Government across the Commonwealth; leading to stronger trade ties, investment and trade outcomes.

 

Program Highlights:

The Commonwealth: Business Advantages & Opportunities

The Commonwealth: Business Advantages & Opportunities

High level event addressing business, trade and investment across the Commonwealth.

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Commonwealth Business Leaders Welcome Reception

Commonwealth Business Leaders Welcome Reception

Official reception and networking event for Commonwealth House.

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The Value of Sport: Insights & Opportunities for Business

The Value of Sport: Insights & Opportunities for Business

A four part event that addresses diplomacy, capability, innovation and sustainable development.

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Australia’s Marine Playground: Marine Sector Showcase & Export Exchange

Australia’s Marine Playground: Marine Sector Showcase & Export Exchange

The Gold Coast is recognised as a premier boating location.

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Register Your Interest

If you are interested in attending Commonwealth House, please register your interest via the link below.

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