On June 10, Irina Gorbulina, Head of the FBA EAC Representative Office in Australia and New Zealand, took part in a business breakfast
On June 10, Irina Gorbulina, Head of the FBA EAC Representative Office in Australia and New Zealand, took part in a business breakfast organized by the Mayor's Office of the city of Gold Coast (Queensland).
A new business platform prepared by the Gold Coast City Hall was presented to the business community of the city: https://www.benchon.com/gcbportal . The purpose of creating the platform is to help entrepreneurs of the city in their current activities, inform about new opportunities, investment projects.
In his speech, Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate paid special attention to the completion of the creation of the Gold Coast Health and Knowledge Precinct (Priority Development Area (PDA) – the newest scientific and technological innovation cluster in the Asia-Pacific region - the Gold Coast Health and Knowledge Center (GCHKP).
GCHKP, built for AU$ 5 billion, on an area of 200 hectares, is a unique place to do business. The center aims to develop high-tech industries, promote cooperation in innovative areas and create jobs of the future.
The Mayor noted that due to the combination of highly developed infrastructure and the unique lifestyle of the Gold Coast resort, GCHKP is an exceptional opportunity to work in the heart of the innovation center for enterprises in the field of BioTech, MedTech, FinTech, IT Tech.
On the territory of the Center there are: Griffith University, Gold Coast University Hospital, Gold Coast Private Hospital, Smith Collective residential and shopping district, Southport Sharks Hotel and sports complex, Lumina commercial cluster, Cohort Innovation Hub, various research institutes and offices of large international companies, seven hectares of recreational park area.
The Mayor said that a number of major international companies have already opened their offices and laboratories in GCHKP.