In the past decade China has emerged as a major hub for global fashion houses.
If you would like to learn more about fashion trends in the world’s second largest economy, the Australia China Business Council (ACBC) and the Australia China Fashion Alliance (ACFA) are hosting a special event in the New Year.
The China Fashion & Retail Forum will be held in Sydney on Wednesday, February 10.
The forum is the first major event in Australia dedicated to accessing the fashion industry in China.
The main aim is to develop China-relevant capabilities for Australian fashion and retail companies and related business organisations.
The event is expected to attract more than 250 attendees, including representatives from Australian fashion labels and high end producers and retailers looking to export into China.
Angelica Cheung, Editor-in-Chief, Vogue China is the keynote speaker.
For the past ten years Ms Cheung has led the growth of the publication to international acclaim. Vogue China has set a new benchmark for Chinese fashion publications.
The forum presents an outstanding opportunity for corporate partners to align with global and domestic brand names.
Topics covered include:
- Chinese consumers
- Retail distribution in China
- Finding Chinese partners
- Brand building in China
- Setting up operations in China
- E-commerce in China
- Chinese tourists
- IP protection
- Fashion media in China
Location: Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences (The Powerhouse Museum), 500 Harris St, Ultimo, Sydney
Time: 10am - 5pm
Date: February 10, 2016
Tickets: ACBC Member: $188 Non-Member: $288
Tickets include full day conference, morning tea, networking lunch and cocktail reception.
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