Meet Our Newest Recruits

Welcome to the ABV Team!


Our new postal address is PO Box 514, Strawberry Hills, NSW 2012

Reopen for Business: Apeketon Business Hub, Lihir, Papua New Guinea

ABH Re-Opening – Remote Lihir Assignments in 2021


Volunteers in the Cobargo region are working with ABV on several proposals to “build back better and smarter” after the devastating NYE fires.

An International Development agency with a unique approach...

ABV is an international development agency 40 years of expertise implementing projects across Australia and Asia Pacific. We have a unique focus on strengthening business and economic institutions working to alleviate poverty through inclusive economic growth.   

With long-term experience implementing capacity building programs using different models, ABV collaborates with our partners to create effective programs which are  customised, needs-based, and community driven.

Each project is co-designed by our experts in international and community development in conjunction with volunteers drawn from our registry of Skilled Business Professionals who donate their time. 

Projects are collaboratively implemented by professionals and are able to be delivered face to face or remotely.

Our Skilled Business Professionals bring extensive experience and an independent, altruistic approach that guarantees effective and authentic skills transfer and mentoring, working with a range of organisations including local NGOs, educational institutions, national, provincial and local governments, large corporates and small businesses.  

ABV’s business model is to partner with corporates to deliver impactful corporate social responsibility programs that guarantee sustainable outcomes for communities and not for profits, which leads to poverty alleviation here in Australia and across our region. 

“We strengthen communities through business, and this is the future we hope to see – an ethical and committed corporate sector working in the communities they are part of, for a better tomorrow”

– ABV CEO Liz Mackinlay

Australian Business Volunteers