Welcome New AJBCC Members!

Welcome New AJBCC Members!

The AJBCC is delighted to welcome our new members dentsu, Kyndryl, Tasmanian Government, Theia Energy Pty Ltd, UGL and Viridios Capital.  See all our members here.

dentsu is a multinational creative advertising, media and technology company consisting of approximately 160 companies in Japan and approximately 750 companies outside of Japan. Across the ANZ region, dentsu has 1,650 employees with offices in every major city. Our business is comprised of:

  • dentsu Creative – brand strategy, design, public relations, communications, content production, behaviour change, indigenous affairs.
  • Merkle – customer experience management, technology consulting, digital experience, digital transformation, data and analytics.
  • Media – planning, buying, gaming, performance media, partnerships.
  • MKTG – sports sponsorships, sports rights, event activation, hospitality.

dentsu works with some of the largest businesses and brands and has platinum partnerships with the world’s leading technology and media companies.

The AJBCC nominated representative is Patricio De Matteis – Chief Executive Officer, dentsu ANZ.

Kyndryl is the world’s leading IT infrastructure services provider, operating with more than 90,000 skilled professionals serving customers in over 60 countries including Australia and Japan. Working with an established partner ecosystem, Kyndryl designs, builds, manages and modernises the mission-critical technology systems that the world depends on every day. In Australia and Japan, Kyndryl works with some of the countries’ biggest organisations across public sector, banking and insurance, telecommunications, and retail, powering the technology that underpins many key social and economic services.

The AJBCC nominated representative is Ashish Kumar – President, Kyndryl Australia and New Zealand.

The objectives of the Tasmanian Trade Strategy 2019-2025 are to build trade in key sectors, showcase Tasmania in priority markets, support trade logistics and market access, and build export capabilities of Tasmanian businesses.

The AJBCC nominated representative is Gabrielle Davy – International Affairs Manager, Tasmanian Government Department of State Growth.

Theia Energy aims to create clean and affordable energy in northwest Australia to help the local economy and environment. They plan to build the Gingerah Energy Hub, which will use natural resources to generate energy and promote economic growth with the involvement of local communities and traditional owners.

Theia Energy is focused on contributing to meeting Japan’s needs for sustainably sourced hydrogen which is expected to grow to 20 million tonnes per year in 2050.

The AJBCC nominated representative is Jop van Hattum – Managing Director, Theia Energy Pty Ltd.

UGL is an Australian-headquartered engineering, construction, operations and Services organisation in the infrastructure, utilities, transport, energy and defence sectors, with a heritage dating back over 120 years. We work and partner with Japanese businesses to deliver the best solutions to our clients and projects.

The AJBCC nominated representative is Doug Moss – Managing Director, UGL.

Viridios is a global carbon credit origination, capital markets and asset management business focused on the growing Voluntary Carbon Market, with a unique carbon credit SaaS pricing, valuation and project data platform as part of its suite of companies. Its mission is to mobilise positive action towards net-zero and improve transparency in the voluntary carbon markets to ensure the effective allocation of capital in carbon reduction projects with an emphasis on the voluntary carbon markets that are emerging in Australia and the Asia region.

The AJBCC nominated representative is Eddie Listorti – Viridios Capital CEO, Viridios Group Executive Chairman.