The Australia-Korea Foundation (AKF) was established by the Australian Government in 1992 to promote bilateral relations between the Republic of Korea and Australia.
The objectives of the Foundation are to increase public awareness of Australia in the Republic of Korea and of the Republic of Korea in Australia, develop partnerships in areas of shared interest in the bilateral, regional and global context; and increase Australians' capacity to effectively engage with the Republic of Korea.
HomeWorld is responsible for the development and management of large display villages, showcasing the latest in new home designs.
Their aim is to provide a destination for people who are considering building a new home, to walk through new display homes, see the latest in floor plans, alfresco living, interior design and technology.
TAFE NSW is an Australian vocational education and training provider. Annually, the network trains over 500,000 students in campus, workplace, online, or distance education methods of education. It was established as an independent statutory body under the TAFE Commission Act 1990.
The Australian Fashion Council is a non-profit membership organisation with over 65 years of service to the industry. It exists to promote the growth of the textile & fashion industry in Australia. Members are drawn from across the fashion & textile industry value chain, and range from micro to large companies, education, state and national industry associations and students.
AFC activities and projects act to support five focus areas; strengthening supply chains, fostering design & innovation, promoting ethical practice, supporting emerging business and building Australian export.
Barangaroo is Sydney’s newest creative space, offering a year-round program of leading-edge events and inspirational public art. From the fireworks of New Year’s Eve to fun family programs, Barangaroo Delivery Authority presents a program of vibrant cultural experiences that explore big ideas and celebrate the rich history of the site on which Barangaroo stands.
The Cutaway at Barangaroo Reserve, where Fashions of Multicultural Australia takes place, is a venue like no other. Carved out of the natural sandstone, this expansive space is a surprise beneath the hill that is home to Sydney’s new native headland reserve. The Cutaway is a raw space that serves as a blank canvas perfect for hosting a range of activations and events including exhibitions, launches, gala dinners, corporate functions, fashion shows and markets.
Dress for Success Sydney is a registered charity that improves the employability of women in need in NSW by providing, free of charge, professional clothing, a network of support and the career development tools to help women achieve self-sufficiency.