Growing Business Opportunities with China - ChAFTA Forum
The recently signed China Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) is a watershed moment in the Sino-Australian relationship. For Victorian exporters there is now unprecedented access to the China market. This
combined with many Chinese firms looking to invest in Australia, presents significant opportunities for local regional communities.
To assist regional areas in being suitably prepared to take advantage of these opportunities, the Australia China Business Council (ACBC) is taking its Growing Business Opportunities with China series to Geelong to unravel how the ChAFTA can best benefit the local business community.
To visit the ACBC China Business Network site and view the highlights of the recent Understanding ChAFTA Gippsland forum click here
The seminar will feature experienced speakers presenting on:
What the ChAFTA offers local industries in Geelong
How E-Commerce can be used to gain access to the Chinese middle class
What inbound Chinese investment means for local communities
Lessons learnt from local enterprises doing business with China
Overview of the recently launched ACBC China Business Network - Geelong Chapter
Barry White, Director, ProEx Developments
Robert Burns, General Manager, China Sales Co.
Russel Wiese, Partner, Hunt & Hunt
Mark Coleman, International Customs and Logistics
Peter Dorling, Avalon Airport / China Business Network - Geelong
Registration for the forum can be made via the China Business Network website www.acbcnetwork.com.au
via the ACBC website at www.acbc.com.au - simply click on the events tab and scroll down to the events taking in place in November