New edition of PNG’s flagship business guide

Business, Normal

The National, Thursday July 5th, 2012

THE 7th annual edition of PNG’s flagship business publication, Business Advantage Papua New Guinea, is now available, both in print and online.
In addition to a broad-ranging economic update, this year’s edition includes the full results of the much-reported PNG 100 CEO Survey, which was released to the media last month.
Also included in the new edition:
gFeature: How business is overcoming PNG’s challenges
g Interview: IFC’s Carolyn Blacklock on the rise of PNG’s private sector;
g Updates on mining, gas and petroleum, featuring an interview with ExxonMobil’s Peter Graham;
g OK Tedi Mining’s Nigel Parker on corporate social responsibility;
g Province in focus: Western Province;
g Deloitte’s Lutz Heim on PNG’s infrastructure challenges;
g Updates on financial services, fisheries, agribusiness, forestry, manufacturing and tourism;
g Who’s who in PNG business; and
g Business travel guide to PNG
The publication can be viewed free online on the Business Advantage website
Printed copies can be ordered.
Meanwhile, the second edition of ‘Made in PNG’ is on its way.
It focuses on PNG’s products and producers
Following its successful launch last year, a second edition of Made in PNG: Showcasing Papua New Guinea’s Produce and Producers is now underway and will be published in August.
The publication reports exclusively on PNG’s manufacturing, agribusiness, forestry and fisheries sectors.
These publications lead up to the 2012 Papua New Guinea Advantage Conference, an investment summit for PNG in Port Moresby on September 10 and 11Registrations are now open for the
Co-hosted by the Port Moresby Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Business Advantage International, The Papua New Guinea Advantage 2012 conference is dedicated entirely to the promotion of business and investment in PNG.
Over two days, it will:
•    Showcase specific areas of opportunity where international and domestic businesses can contribute to the development of PNG; and
•    Provide a forum in which they can meet prospective local and international partners