Partners

Trade 2018 is led by the Queensland Government in partnership with the City of Gold Coast and supported by the Australian Government.

Office of Commonwealth Games

The Office of Commonwealth Games (OCG) leads a coordinated approach to the Queensland Government’s delivery of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games. OCG leads the Queensland Government state-wide program Embracing 2018 to maximise the legacy benefits from hosting the Commonwealth Games as well as the development of a state-wide arts and cultural program.

Australia’s Gold Coast

Australia’s Gold Coast  is a city coming of age. It is a place of opportunity that, over the next decade, will transform into a globally-recognised city while retaining its enviable lifestyle and stunning natural environment. With a robust economy valued at over $25 billion, and an ambitious strategy that encourages innovation and sustainable growth, the Gold Coast’s future is full of promise.

The Commonwealth Secretariat 

The Commonwealth Secretariat provides guidance on policy making, technical assistance and advisory services to Commonwealth member countries. They support governments to help achieve sustainable, inclusive and equitable development.

Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council

The Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council (CWEIC) is a not for profit membership organisation with a mandate from Commonwealth Heads of Government to promote intra Commonwealth trade, investment and the role of the private sector across the 52 member countries.

 

REGISTRATIONS HAVE NOW CLOSED

Registrations and RSVPs for the Trade 2018 Games Time Trade & Investment Program have now closed. We thank you for your interest.

If you have enquiries, please contact trade2018@ditid.qld.gov.au.

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