The RIBA is seeking architects for an upcoming trade mission to Australia in September
The trip, which is aimed at architects looking to embark on overseas work, is set to take in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.
Practices already with a presence in Australia, wishing to maintain and raise their profile are also being encouraged to sign up for the trade mission which will provide networking opportunities with local officials, partners and clients.
RIBA London partnership manager Howard Crosskey said: ‘Australia is an advanced global economy celebrating twenty plus years of uninterrupted steady economic growth. Our Trade Mission promises to unlock new opportunities for the architects joining us Down Under and further promote the architecture and design talent the UK has to offer.’
The trade mission, which is taking place from 7 – 11 September, is being supported by UK Trade and Investment (UKTI).
British consul general and director general of UKTI Nick McInnes will give a briefing on the trip at the RIBA on 14 July.
More information on the trade mission can be found, here.