先进制造业、金融服务业(包括金融科技)和医疗将成为澳洲gti杰出人才移民优先行业

澳洲成立 GBTAT,将先进制造业、金融服务业(包括金融科技)和医疗三大行业设立为最优先行业,因此这三大领域也将成为澳洲杰出人才移民优先行业。

澳洲全球企业与人才吸引工作组(GBTAT: Global Business and Talent Attraction Taskforce)吸引跨国公司优秀人才。 这项为期两年的倡议是联邦政府JobMaker计划的一部分。

2020年9月4日,澳大利亚政策成立了为期两年的澳洲全球企业与人才吸引工作组(Global Business and Talent Attraction Taskforce),吸引跨国公司和优秀人才来到澳大利亚,以支持疫情后的经济复苏并增加本地工作岗位。

重点任务是吸引全球范围内拥有巨大潜力(衡量标准包括在澳投资超过2.5亿澳元、有能力创造超过250个工作岗位)、有广阔发展前景(包括能够填补供应链与技能上的关键空白,或者能够带来新的创新理念)的企业到澳洲投资。

先进制造业(advanced manufacturing), 金融服务业(包括金融科技 financial services (including FinTech) )和医疗(health)是澳洲全球人才吸引工作的三个优先考虑领域。其他领域还包括:

  • 先进的数字和数据科学 Advanced digital and data sciences
  • 基础设施 Infrastructure
  • 网络安全 Cyber security
  • 教育,科学研究 Education, science and research
  • 文化,旅游和休闲 Culture, tourism and leisure
  • 纳米技术与基因组学 Nanotechnology and genomics

澳大利亚房产委员会(Property Council of Australia)前首席执行官、高级商业领袖彼得·维尔(Peter Verwer AO)被任命为该工作组负责人,并对外宣称为全球企业与人才吸引项目的总理特使。具体参考下面这个网站吧,微出国鼓励大家提供真实更新的信息,所有上述内容有图有真相 Global Business and Talent Attraction Taskforce: https://www.directory.gov.au/portfolios/home-affairs/department-home-affairs/national-office/global-business-and-talent-attraction-group/global-business-and-talent-attraction-taskforce

New taskforce to create jobs by attracting businesses and talent to Australia

​International businesses will be lured to Australia and exceptional talent will be encouraged to call Australia home under a new initiative to support the post-COVID recovery and boost local jobs.

The new, whole-of-government Global Business and Talent Attraction Taskforce will bring together experts from across the Commonwealth, States and Territories as well as the private sector, as part of the Government’s JobMaker plan.

Senior business leader, Peter Verwer AO, has been appointed as the head of the Taskforce and will be known as the Prime Minister’s Special Envoy for Global Business and Talent Attraction.

The Taskforce will operate as a ‘strike team’ to turbo-charge the creation of jobs by boosting our efforts to attract high value global business and exceptional talent.

The initial focus will be on three key sectors: advanced manufacturing, financial services (including FinTech) and health.

Australia is strategically well positioned given its management of the pandemic and our relatively strong economy. We have always been an attractive destination due to our lifestyle, democratic system, clean cities and proximity to Asia. We can use those advantages to bring more global business and talent to our shores and help create more Australian jobs.

Acting Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural Affairs Alan Tudge said the global context had significantly changed and many talented people and businesses will now be looking to places like Australia.

“Australia has always been an attractive destination for talent and investment, but given our relative success economically, from a health perspective, and socially, we will be even more attractive.

“We want to capitalise on this and be very focussed on attracting key businesses and global super talent to Australia. This will aid our recovery and boost jobs for Australians.”

“The Taskforce will take a whole-of-government approach, including coordinating closely with State Government initiatives. We will be leveraging our networks abroad, including the Australian diaspora, to help identify opportunities.”

Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment Simon Birmingham said luring more investment from global businesses in emerging industries would be a critical part of Australia’s overall economic recovery from COVID-19.

“Through this taskforce and the ongoing work of Austrade we will highlight to global businesses that our overall economic management and handling of the COVID-19 pandemic strengthens our reputation as a stable and attractive investment destination,” Minister Birmingham said.

“As our economy continues to transform, attracting talent and investment will be critical to bringing additional business nous and new technologies to help drive growth in the development of high-value goods and services in emerging industries.

“With one in 10 jobs already supported by foreign direct investment, boosting investment and getting more global businesses to set up shop here will help drive more jobs and opportunities for Australians.”

On 9 July, the Prime Minister announced that Australia would develop incentives to attract export orientated Hong Kong based businesses to relocate to Australia.

This initiative builds on this idea, and the Global Talent and Business Innovation and Investment programs, to attract high value businesses and exceptionally talented individuals to Australia to create jobs for Australians.

The Taskforce will join up the Department of Home Affairs with the Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade), and draw on expertise from the Treasury, the Departments of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Industry, Science, Energy and Resources, Defence, and the Department of Education, Skills and Employment.

They will work closely with the States and Territories, industry leaders and specialists in identifying and executing opportunities.

Parties can express their interest through: www.homeaffairs.gov.au/globalbusinessandtalent

https://www.globalaustralia.gov.au/