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GMAA 5 Star Rankings

The GMAA produces and publishes the annual GMAA 5 Star Rankings with a detailed survey of the top business schools in Australia. [learn more]

2017 GMAA National Conferece

The 2017 GMAA National Conference will be held on Friday 25th August 2017 at the Queensland University of Technology Graduate School of Business School, for more information follow the link. [more]

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Professionalism, networking, events and other services are some of the key member benefits of joining the GMAA. [learn more]

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Current Events

Below are the current management events and business events on offer to our members. This is constantly updated as we secure more exclusive events, seminars and beneficial networking opportunities for our nation-wide range of members.


1st New Silk Roads World Forum 2018

1st New Silk Roads World Forum Roundtables

Date: 16th October 2018

Venue: Bank of Melbourne Headquarters - Level 2, 525 Collins Street, Melbourne, Australia

 8:00 am ARRIVAL

10:00am Finish

Choice of 3 roundtables - Free to register

Silk Roads Women Roundtable
Dato Dr. Jessie TANG
Group CEO of East West One Group, Malaysia

Silk Roads Entrepreneurs Roundtable
Founder, Daily Positive

Silk Roads Culture & Art Roundtable
Dato Dr. Wilson YONG
CEO of Sabah Institute of Art; President of Sabah Maritime Silk Route Research Society, Malaysia


“Forging A New Era of Connectivity Along the New Silk Roads”

15 – 16 October 2018, Melbourne, Australia

The two-day forum focuses on the cultural, social, legal, security, commerce and trade of both the overland and maritime Silk Roads. The New Silk Roads, also known as the Belt and Road Initiative, envisaged connecting corridors spanning over 68 countries from China, across Central Asia, the Middle East, Europe, and Africa. It is also a series of mega-projects with an estimated value of $1 trillion over the next five years. More trillions of dollars are expected to be invested in the decades to come. It is a revival of the ancient Silk Roads trading routes. It comprises of the building of roads, bridges, gas pipelines, ports, railways and power plants, in addition to special economic zones. Just as important are the impacts this program of infrastructure mega-projects have over the decades – impacts on economic activities, cultures, communications, technologies, environment, and much more. Read more