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City from Below

AustralAsean's Vision, Mission and Core Values


"We see what everyone else sees, but think what no one else has thought!"

AustralAsean Group Pty Limited is an Asia Pacific business development and trading company, headquartered in Sydney, Australia. The company pursues business opportunities in international trade, technology, environmental management, and renewable energy. Australasean's credo, "We see what everyone else sees, but think what no one else has thought," is an assertion of our unique approach to business. 


AustralAsean operates two subsidiary enterprises, one a business advisory service Networked Consulting and the other a trading company EcoTrade Asia. AustralAsean is the International distributor of Geo-Ionic patented road stabilisation system, HydroNova™ floating hydroelectricity generation technology, and PyroNova wildfire prevention and mitigation technology.


AustralAsean has a number of offshore ventures, in the Asia Pacific region, where our principal role is to represent Australian businesses. We evaluate, conceptualise, and facilitate projects in collaboration with our partners and investors. We see our future role as developing and implementing collaboration between organisations.


We carefully select projects, based on whether they offer viable returns. By assessing the political, economic, and commercial characteristics influencing a project. We make sound commercial assessments, and are continually evaluating new innovative ideas and opportunities taking into account our investment criteria. We can move quickly and decisively to take advantage of dynamic situations.


Some projects are funded from AustralAsean's own resources while others are offered to investors and partners who have desired outcomes, priorities, and values, compatible with our own. AustralAsean has both long and short-term projects and our enterprises range in value, from hundreds of thousands to millions of dollars. Our joint venture partners are made up of private investors, self-managed superannuation funds, and small to medium enterprises. We promote only those projects we considers to be exceptionally viable and as a team we value our integrity and reputation above all else.

In addition to business development, AustralAsean provides advisory services to assist clients to evaluate, develop, and manage their projects in Australia and the Asia Pacific. We can assist our clients to "do business" anywhere in the Australia and Asia Pacific and we have distribution capability and representation across the region. No job is too small, as we believe, that from small ideas often come big realities.


We work with Australian companies, such as Wanless Waste, Roy Medich Property Group, CBG Limited, FAL Developments, Project Innovations, JK Williams as well as major international organisations such as NMT Global Project Logistics, DHL Logistics Solutions, Suri Trading (Korea), Ardtech Road Syndicate (Malaysia), and Associated Traders Limited (Singapore). 

At AustralAsean we think laterally and we are not afraid to consider projects that others may deem a little "crazy." In these matters, we defer to the wisdom of Steve Jobs Apple's co-founder, and we are inspired by his words, "people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones that do."  Apple® commercial video Think different.

Meet Our Executive Director

About Greg Evans
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Greg Evans is AustralAsean's executive director. Greg describes himself as a "serial entrepreneur." His business career spans over thirty years. His first business operation was Aymena Computer Group, where he was able to take the company from a turnover of $300,000 in 1986 to revenues of circa forty-million dollars by the start of the new millennium. 


Greg also founded, owned, and operated the Western Weekender Newspaper, growing the publication from 20 pages and a circulation of 20,000 in 1991, to 80 pages and 60,000 circulation by 2008. He contemporaneously started several additional mastheads, the in Blacktown and Hawkesbury regions of Western Sydney, plus published the popular real estate magazine the Australian Acreage Review. 


In 1997, Greg assumed control of the distribution business of a failed multinational computer hardware and software supplier and turned the business around, to become Apple's largest Australian distributor within two years. Australian Computer Distribution was sold with Greg's other information technology businesses in January 2000.


Greg has served on many boards including Panthers (Australia’s largest Licensed Club), the University of Western Sydney, and Western Sydney TAFE. He also served for nine years as a Penrith City Councillor. His contribution to the states economic development was recognised by the NSW State Government when he was appointed by the Minister for Regional Development, to the Greater Western Sydney Economic Development Board for consecutive terms.

Greg is an accomplished networker and a proficient verbal and non-verbal communicator, and a highly proficient negotiator. Greg speaks English, Thai, Lao, and a little Malay and Indonesian. 


He has broad experience in dealing with both commercial and public sector boards, and during his many years in public life, he has networked with politicians and community and business leaders, in both Australia and abroad.


During his career in information technology, Greg relied on his ability to solve problems by applying a logical reasoning process, however it was a move to the sales and marketing environment that allowed him the opportunity to develop his lateral thinking skills, and he became skilled at “thinking outside the square.”


Greg enjoys all aspects of his role as business facilitator, whether working on AustralAsean's own projects or assisting others to succeed. If you have an idea, a dream, a business project or a development - using Greg and his colleagues experienced advice can help you make it happen. Greg is the leader of several other businesses within the group.

Executive Director

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Financial Director

John Wallis

John Wallis is AustralAsean's Financial Director and is a partner in the organisation. His business career has spanned over thirty years. 


John, is a Certified Practicing Marketer (CPM) with considerable experience in new product development, international product sales, branding, acquisitions, post-merger-integration management, business turnaround, strategy, marketing, planning, and implementation.

John gained broad experience in his early working career, through the ownership and development of a number of businesses. The combination of both substantial experience in the field, tertiary qualifications, and is a graduate of Bond University, gave him a significant depth of knowledge and background.

His significant previous corporate roles began when he joined the Boral Timber Division in 1980 and spent 19 years with the industry leader. He served in roles of increasing responsibility; his final position was General Manager Sales and Marketing, with a primary focus on creating strategic business development opportunities, both in Australia and internationally. During the latter years and at its peak, the Boral Timber

The division’s annual sales were $316 million and it employed 1540 people.


John was a member of the evaluation team; a role requiring the assessment of the strategic fit of acquired businesses, including post-merger-integration management. In 1995, John was invited to join the Board of Directors at the Boral Employees’ Credit Union Ltd and he remained as a director until the credit union was acquired by the Prospect Credit Union (now the Sydney Credit Union) in 1997.


Drawing on his experience at Boral Timber, John established a timber wholesaling company, TimberLink in 1999. Following this, in September 2001, came the genesis of Corporate Rescue Australia. Its focus; - to serve the general welfare of the community by assisting small to medium enterprises (SME’s) in change management leadership, reconstruction, and organisational restructuring.


Turnaround management is a unique skill set. It not only applies to distressed companies’, it can help in any situation where a general change in direction needs to be implemented. In this business, overall ability and experience in corporate recovery and reconstruction are crucial, if-not critical.

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