CONFERENCE SERIES TO FOCUS ON CHINESE OPPORTUNITIES

Following on from the success of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to Tasmania in November, the inaugural Australia-China BusinessWeek Hobart will be held on Friday, 27 March 2015, at Wrest Point.

Proudly presented by Australian Business Forum and supported by Austrade, Australia Post, Fairfax Media, AusIndustry and the Tasmanian Government, Australia China BusinessWeek (ACBW) is the only national China-Australia conference series that focuses on the Small and Medium Enterprise market, with over 4000 delegates attending the ACBW series nationwide in 2014.

Now the world’s largest GDP by Purchasing Power Parity, the Chinese market represents an enormous opportunity for Tasmanian business across a wide-range of industries. ACBW’s list of China experts and industry leaders will inform you of the latest trends and opportunities available within the unique and diverse Chinese market, in order for your business to formulate an effective China strategy.

Delegates will have presentations from China experts and high-profile speakers including Premier of Tasmania-The Hon. Will Hodgman MP, Consul-General of the PRC in Victoria-Yumin Song, CEO of Tasmania Farmers and Graziers Association-Jan Davis, Senior Trade Commissioner Austrade Beijing-David Dukes, Editor of China Spectator-Peter Cai, Minister for State Growth- The Hon. Matthew Groom MP.

Topics within the program will include how Australian businesses can seize the first wave of opportunities following the ChaFTA, E-Commerce for the China market, exporting Australian products and services to China, how Australian SMEs can explore beyond the first tier cities.

For delegate and sponsor enquiries, please contact Australian Business Forum at (03) 8689 9897, or email info@abf.events.

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