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AustCham ANZ Economic Outlook Webinar 

Thursday 27 February 2020


161 attendees joined us this afternoon for the ANZ Economic Outlook presented by economist Khoon Goh, ANZ Head of Asia Research and Bloomberg’s Southeast Asia economic reporter Michelle Jamrisko. The webinar was AustCham’s first digital event and provided an overview of the downgrade of Singapore and worldwide economic growth due to the impact of the rapid spread of COVID-19 globally.Singapore government’s effort to provide relief to companies for the next three months delivered in Singapore Budget 2020 was also discussed.

The impact will be significant and will cause uncertainty for all businesses. Companies are advised to actively monitor and respond to the direct impact of the virus on their businesses as it plays out.

If you missed out, don’t worry - you can access the full recording and presentation here.


AustCham Member Survey:

Impact of the COVID-19 on Businesses 

With the COVID-19 situation continuing to evolve and the disruption and impact on businesses growing, we request your participation in the following survey as AustCham seeks to better understand the current and potential impact on our business community. The survey will take approximately 5 minutes to complete and we appreciate your input to help us evaluate and assess the impact on our members. To begin the survey please click here.


Postponed - ANZ Australia Day Ball 2020 

As you’re aware the situation with the Coronavirus is continuing to develop including the recent declaration from the World Health Organisation (WHO) of a public health emergency of global concern.


Based on this news and the evolving situation, the AustCham board has made the difficult decision to postpone our 2020 Australia Day Ball, with a future date yet to be determined. This is not a decision that has been made lightly and we understand many will share our disappointment. We seek your understanding as the wellbeing of our guests and members is our primary concern. 


The Ball is our single largest fundraising event of the year and this year we were also using it as a means to raise funds for those affected by the recent bushfires in Australia. However, given the current circumstances we feel it is the responsible course of action for the Chamber to take.


We look forward to your support once we reschedule the event.