When negotiating overseas you'd be wise to consider that tactics in low context and high context cultures are very different. What's good for the United Kingdom won't necessarily work in Asia.

One billion consumers. A growing middle class. Sub-Saharan Africa poses an unbridled opportunity for Australian businesses.

Melbourne architect Alexandra Chu is at the forefront of sustainable design in Shanghai, running a respected master planning firm and heading up Anken Group, developing sustainable serviced offices for creative businesses.

China houses a growing online community of modern-day consumers ready to do business on the internet. Exporters need to follow the buzz.

Hong Kong offers much more than just an easy route into China. The harbour city is a sophisticated market in itself, with many opportunities for savvy Australian exporters to test their mettle.

Sustainable architecture and construction as a market is here to stay, but how do Australian exporters compete in and with countries and regions that are seeing the market potential?

Anna Diep writes that the Asian wine market has plenty of potential for savvy Australian wine exporters set to capitalise on the region’s growth and reap the rewards on the back of the strong dollar.

The HKTDC Food and Tea Expo is being held from 11 to 15 August at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.

The biggest wave of opportunity facing businesses in developed countries today is the opportunity to source investment from China.

Participation in a major trade exhibition in Hong Kong last month has helped 12 NSW companies gain access into the Asian food and beverage market.