Bridging the business connection between Australia and China
Australian companies trying to enter the Chinese market will be provided with practical advice from industry experts at the Australian-Chinese BusinessWeek (ACBW) forum held in August.
Following the success of the Melbourne forum in May, which attracted over 600 delegates and visitors, organisers have decided to bring the event to Sydney for the first time to help build business in China.
Over the past two decades China has secured its position as a major investment, manufacturing and consumer market and the nation’s fast economic growth looks set to continue.
China’s promising vibrant market presents many opportunities for foreign companies to achieve international expansion.
The forum will address noted issues, such as in order to succeed in China, Australian businesses need to capitalise on change, diversity and scale with agility and fast learning while the business strategy must be able to deal with cultural differences and a volatile environment.
The ACBW event will provide attendees with advice from Chinese experts, Australian and PRC Government representatives and access to personal experiences by Australians currently engaging in business with China.
The event will include a breakfast, forum, China Day forum, Mix at Six networking function and keynote luncheon, held at the Shangri-La Hotel.
The ACBW 2012 is an official event of the “40th Anniversary of Diplomatic relations between Australia and China” and will provide a chance to reflect on the evolution of the relationship.
Visit the website for more information on the event.