Australia Calling: Global Talent and Migration Opportunities

Australia Calling: Global Talent and Migration Opportunities

Are you a trailblazer looking for the best place to make your mark? Do you lead a proven enterprise looking to relocate or expand? Are you an entrepreneur with an innovative, cutting-edge startup set to take the world by storm?

The Australian Global Business and Talent Attraction Taskforce is offering tailored support to bring exceptional talent to Australia. Eligible individuals get priority processing for a Global Talent visa, which comes with permanent residency. 

Join AustCham for a special presentation from the Australian Department of Home Affairs's Global Talent Officer for Hong Kong and North Asia, Pip Butler. In this highly interactive session, Pip offers the opportunity for you to discover more about:

  • the history of the Global Talent Visa Program and where the program is now.
  • an outline of the differences between the Global Talent Visa and other skilled migration / business investor visas, i.e. no sponsorship, no skills testing, no investment requirement.
  • benefits of Australian Permanent residency.
  • process for accessing the Global Talent Visa.
  • how to contact the Global Talent Hong Kong team for further information.

You can discover more about the Global Talent Attraction Program and Visa online here.

All AustCham members, friends and guests are welcome to join this program. 

Please note: The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed by the speaker(s) belong solely to the speaker, and are not representative of the Australian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong.


Wed, February 16, 2022


12:00 PM - 12:45 PM



Zoom webinar - link will be sent to guests one hour ahead of the event


Member: $0.00

Non-Member: $100.00


Pip Butler
Global Talent Officer Hong Kong and North Asia | DFAT

Pip is the Global Talent Officer responsible for Hong Kong and the North Asia region, based in Taipei.

Pip works closely with the Global Business and Talent Attraction Taskforce to generate leads of the best and brightest minds and high-value businesses for relocation to Australia. She also works in partnership with business and industry sectors, universities, employers and Commonwealth and State/Territory government partners to proactively identify and attract top talent for streamlined permanent residence through the Global Talent Program.

Pip has previously worked in a range of areas within the Department of Home Affairs, including as a strategic policy officer responsible for the delivery of whole of Australian Government objectives in the Pacific. Pip has also worked for the Government of Papua New Guinea (PNG) under the auspices of the Australian Aid program as a Legal Policy Advisor to support PNG’s Immigration and Citizenship Authority.