Australian Alumni Singapore (AAS)
The Australian Alumni Singapore (AAS) is the national umbrella organisation for the more than 130,000 Singaporean graduates of Australian universities. AAS create platforms that forge closer business, social and cultural links between Singapore and Australia - creating alliances that enhance professional and leadership opportunities for Australian alumni from different Australian tertiary and professional institutions in Singapore. AAS works closely with the Universities and their alumni organisations to achieve these objectives.
Australian New Zealand Association (ANZA)
Since 1948, ANZA has been offering ongoing support in the areas of social events, career and social responsibility. ANZA has now grown to a membership base of more than 7000, representing a range of nationalities and age groups including Australian, New Zealand, British, USA, The Netherlands, Germany, Canada, South Africa and Singapore. ANZA is a membership based organisation that provides information about, networking, social, recreational and sporting involvement and professional opportunities.
Australian Chamber of Commerce (AUSTCHAM)
AustCham is an organisation which fosters, and provides a forum for business links between Australia and Singapore. It achieves this by:
- Connecting members to business and government, each other and their culture, through hosting, facilitating and providing events and services for members;
- Keeping members informed of the latest issues and opportunities in Singapore and the region; and
- Offering members access to regional Australian chambers, the Australian High Commission, Australian and Singapore government agencies and business.
The Australian Trade Commission (Austrade) is the Australian Government agency that helps Australian companies win overseas business for their products and services by reducing the time, cost and risk involved in selecting, entering and developing international markets.
The Australian Trade and Investment Commission–Austrade–contributes to Australia’s economic prosperity by helping Australian businesses, education institutions, tourism operators, governments and citizens as they:
- develop international markets and promote international education
- win productive foreign direct investment
- strengthen Australia’s tourism industry
- seek consular and passport services.
As a hub into the fastest growing region of the world, Singapore offers great advantages for Australian companies seeking to capitalise on opportunities in Asia.
Australia Network is Australia's international television service, beaming 24/7 to more than 44 countries across Asia, the Pacific and Indian subcontinent. Tune in for programmes that inform, entertain and inspire with a uniquely Australian perspective.
Arts and Culture in Australia
The Australia Council for the Arts is the Australian Government’s arts funding and advisory body. It supports Australia’s arts through funding, strengthening and developing the arts sector.
The Australian Performing Arts Market presents Australia and New Zealand's best new performing arts. It is presented biennially at the Adelaide Festival Centre in South Australia, alongside Australia's leading summer festivals, Adelaide Fringe and Adelaide Festival.
Australian International School (AIS)
AIS offers an Australian curriculum-based global education for students from the age of two to 18 years.
Expat Living is a monthly magazine and website for expatriates in Singapore. It focuses on what is going on in Singapore, including events, property, finance, interior design, entertainment, travel, food and wine. Expat Living also hosts events for new comers, new mums and food lovers. In addition there are annual supplements such as, Kids' Guide, Style & Beauty Guide, Travel Guide, Health & Fitness and City Guide.