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International Business & Introduction Brokers

International Business & Introduction Brokers provides Australian immigration visa assistance for all Australian immigration visa types for those with a desire to emigrate to Australia. INBIB has been established as an international gateway for Australian business brokers, real estate agents, business and property sellers to sell their business or property through a networking of local and international business brokers, immigration agents, real estate agents, accountants, solicitors and private sellers.

INBIB is a global group of professional Immigration lawyers, consultants, agents or advisory experts who specialise in assisting and identifying the best visa option for prospective clients seeking to re-settle in Australia. Global networking includes assistance with Australian business for sale search for business visa holders and networking with Recruitment and Employment agencies to facilitate Australia's best opportunities for Regional and Employer sponsored immigration with re-location services. Go to Australian immigration assessment. INBIB has been structured to allow the everyday Australian business or property owner the opportunity to list his business or property at a low cost with more buyer possibilities than ever before!

INBIB are pioneering a global network of immigration consultants, business brokers, real estate agents and independent or private sellers to achieve a common objective of assisting Business and skilled migrants satisfy immigration visa requirements. Business and commercial property owners will be able to open more doors than ever before. Migrancy introductions and Exchange Sales will become a more powerful tool in achieving buying and selling objectives.

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BUSINESSES FOR SALE TASMANIA & TASMANIAN INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Frank Lee (CNA and INBIB Korea) and Charles Camidge (INBIB Australia) hosted the Tasmanian State Government's Trade and Business delegation to Seoul in May 2006. The delegation included Damon Thomas, CEO of the Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce, with Alan Campbell (DED) and Norm Mallfatrick (Departmental Secretary). The seminar promoted investment and businesses for sale in Tasmania. Tasmania has experienced increasing prosperity with solid economic growth. Koreans attending expressed enthusiastic interest in Tasmanian business opportunies, export produce and Tasmanian business migration investment. Go to Businesses for Sale Tasmania. Tasmanian Government Trade and Business delegation with Korean business investors
Tasmanian Government Trade and business delegation with Korean business investors who attended seminar, May 2006.

Korean/Tasmanian Seminar
Korean/Tasmanian seminar in progress, May 2006

Tasmanian products in Seoul
Korean Business people inspect Tasmanian products in Seoul, May 2006.


Damon Thomas CEO of the Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce with Alan Campbell(DED) and Norm Mallfatrick(Departmental Secretary) look on as Frank Lee, President of INBIB in Korea demonstrates Korean manufacturing machinery.

Damon Thomas, Alan Campbell, Norm Mallfatrick at Tasmanian Korean trade and business seminar
Damon Thomas CEO of the Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce with Alan Campbell(DED) and Norm Mallfatrick(Departmental Secretary) chairing the Tasmanian Korean Trade and business seminar in Seoul, May 2006.

Trade, Business and Skilled Migration seminar in Seoul
Trade, Business & Skilled migration seminar in Seoul May 2006.

Frank Lee, Alan Campbell, Norm Mallfatrick
Frank Lee President of CNA and INBIB Korea with Alan Campbell (Head of Dept. of Economic development Tasmania) and Norm Mallfatrick(Departmental Secretary) in Seoul.

Alan Campbell, Norm Mallfatrick with Frank Lee in Seoul
Alan Campbell(Head of Dept. of Economic development Tasmania) with Norm Mallfatrick(Departmental Secretary) in Seoul joined by Frank Lee president of CNA and INBIB Korea.