Are you interested to:
Promote your brand and services to a high quality network of international trade and investment professionals?
Build your credibility and become a trusted partner in the field of international trade and investment?
Gain access to a network of potential referral partners?
Contact us today to discuss your Sponsorship Opportunity with PIT
Download: PIT Partnerships Opportunity – 2020 for an overview on how to Partner with Professionals in International Trade in 2020
THANK YOU TO OUR RECENT PARTNERS & SPONSORS
PIT is run as a non-for-profit member association so we appreciate the support of our valued sponsors and partners.
“In August 2019, Hall & Wilcox acted as venue sponsor for a Professionals in International Trade (PIT) panel discussion. PIT executives were great to work with and, the PIT membership base and the event audience were aligned to their business offerings. The speakers sourced by PIT were very knowledgeable in their field and the event was a great success. Through the PIT promotion of the event, we received an excellent feedback and we would highly recommend to other businesses to partner with PIT.“
Dr Wolfgang Babeck, European Counsel, Hall & Wilcox Sydney
“PIT events are a great place to find paying members to our Chamber and connect with international trade specialists”
Marianna Jolla, PIT member and Director & Co-Chair, Estonian Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
“The Australian Institute of International Affairs and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade were very pleased to partner with PIT to run a panel discussion last year on the challenges facing the global trading system, and how Australian businesses could benefit from international trade. PIT brought resourcefulness professionalism and an engaged, intelligent network of young professionals to the discussion at the Sydney Startup Hub. The event served to raise awareness of the opportunities and challenges in international trade for a diverse audience, including startups and small businesses. It was a pleasure to work with Martin and the PIT team.”
Ryan Neelam, Deputy Consul-General, Hong Kong at Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade