Where Business Meets Art
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Where Business Meets Art

Where Business Meets Art

Australia’s business relationship with Japan is underpinned by rich cultural and people-to-people relationships. These links are crucial to building the sense of shared values and trust on which business relationships rely. There’s no better example than the Australian Chamber Orchestra, which has developed ongoing ties with venues in Japan.

Hear what they had to say – and play – for the 58th Annual Australia-Japan Joint Business Conference earlier this month.
Particular thanks to Richard Tognetti, Aiko Goto and Helena Rathbone.