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Friday, October 23, 2015  – Wyndham Hotel, Pudong, Shanghai

The Irish Chamber of Commerce in China have announced details of the Asia Pacific Irish Business Forum (APIBF) 2015.

Supported by Fexco, Invest Northern Ireland, the Consulate General of Ireland in Shanghai and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Ireland, the  APIBF is the leading annual business event for Irish professionals based in the Asian region. The forum plays an important role in supporting the promotion of Irish business interests in Asia and is a valuable access point to Ireland for businesses in the region.    

This year’s forum is entitled The New Business Landscape in China.  

The forum will be hosted in Shanghai on October 23rd with over 150 business leaders expected to attend. Speakers and guests include a representative of the Government of Ireland, H.E. Paul Kavanagh, Ambassador of Ireland to China, together with his colleagues based in the region, a number of high profile Irish sports personalities including Nicky English, Tadhg Kennelly and Micheal O Muircheartaigh and leading Irish business people in Asia Liam Casey CEO of PCH Intl’ Patron of the APIBF.  

 "This is a great opportunity for the Irish across Asia to better understand the current business landscape in China. We are welcoming some fantastic speakers and delegates to make for an enlightening and entertaining day. The forum is a perfect opportunity to network amongst peers and leaders within the Chinese business community.” Jonathan Egan, Chairperson of the Irish Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai    

Tickets are 300RMB and 150 for students.

To register please complete the following registration form and email –

Download final programme here 

More information is available from the Irish Chamber of Commerce China website.