We are thrilled to announce that Resilience Mining Mongolia has renewed its membership as a Company with us for 2021! Thank you for your continued cooperation and looking forward to a fruitful partnership in 2021. With the motto “Creating wealth for our stakeholders by adding value to mineral resource projects in Mongolia”, RMM is focused…
Anzac Day Commemoration Collective reflection and tribute by Australia, New Zealand, Turkey and Mongolia for the Anzac Day It is “special” and “brilliant” to have the communities able to stand together this year to commemorate those who sacrificed their lives for our country. We appreciate Australian Embassy in Mongolia, Defence Attache Captain Chris Smith, RAN…
The Anzac Day ceremony of 25 April is rich in tradition and ritual. It is a form of military funeral and follows a specific pattern. The day’s ceremonies have two major parts: one at dawn and another later in the morning. The dawn service A typical commemoration begins with a pre-dawn march by returned service…
In the run-up to Anzac Day this week, AustCham Mongolia is pleased to highlight some of Anzac Day and its stories and facts. Today, we are bringing you a brief history of why Australians and New Zealanders celebrate this day as Memorial Day. #ANZACDay2021 #memorialday #history
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By representing a broad cross-section of Australians and Australian companies, AustCham plays a critical role in cultivating Australia-Mongolia business relationships and meeting the growing needs of our expanding membership base.
We currently have 59 member companies. The majority of members are based in Mongolia. The Chamber also has an active Individual and Young Professional membership, made up of young Australians working or studying in Mongolia and Mongolians business representatives who support the building of business relationships between Mongolia and Australia.
AustCham is a non-profit organisation which operates independently from government. It is funded entirely by our membership and Chamber activities.
The Chamber maintains a good working relationship with the Australian Embassy in Mongolia and Australian Trade Commission (Austrade) in Mongolia.
A Board of 11, who are elected by the membership, oversee the Chamber’s activities. Board members are elected for one-year terms at an Annual General Meeting held each March. Representatives of the Australian Embassy and Austrade also serve on the Board as Ex Officio Members, along with the Chamber’s General Manager. The General Manager is responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the Chamber.
“E-Mongolia” Center was opened at the Central Post Office on May 9. The center will provide 516 online services of around 50 government organizations, giving instructions and advices to citizens. Opening ceremony of the center was attended by Prime Minister L.Oyun-Erdene, Governor of the Capital…
Immunizations are a big part of staying healthy during these times. We encourage you to get vaccinated actively in the sites near your home. Starting from April 28, all groups of the age of the vaccination target – people aged over 18 years old starting…
AustCham Mongolia invites you to join Christina Noble Children’s Foundation’s online event on the 23rd of May.
AustCham Mongolia is pleased to share that Christina Noble Children’s Foundation (CNCF) is holding a global virtual fundraising event, CNCF’s Children’s Walk For Hope, via their webpage www.childrenswalkforhope.org on Sunday 23rd May 2021. The unique event will unite individuals and communities from across the globe…
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