Connecting Australia And China: Australia-China Business Week To Be Held In Melbourne On 2nd-4th August 2011
Connecting Australia And China: Australia-China Business Week To Be Held In Melbourne On 2nd-4th August 2011
Melbourne, April 21, 2011 AEST (ABN Newswire) - China's economy grew a more-than-estimated 9.7 per cent and industrial value-added output grew 14.4 percent year on year in the first quarter of this year. Chinese investment is playing an important role to drive exploration and mining in Australia. ABF is delighted to invite you to hear first hand the updated results of the China & Australia Investment Attraction Strategy in Australia-China Business Week (ACBW) 2011.

ACBW 2011 now in the third year will be presented on 2nd - 4th August 2011 at Crown Conference Centre Melbourne, to highlight opportunities for Australian businesses engaged or considering trading, importing, exporting, manufacturing/outsourcing and investing in the greater China region. ACBW 2011 will provide insight into undertaking business between China and Australia.

ACBW 2011 will host a series of events including ACBW 2011 China Day Forum, Expo & Seminars, Forum, 'Mix at Six' Networking Function, and Business Matching Sessions for both Australian and Chinese Delegates.

According to ABF Chairman, John Rashleigh emphasized that Australia's capacity to avoid the crippling impact of the Global Financial Crisis could largely be attributed to our strong and expanding trading relationship with China. John Rashleigh said, "as the USA and many EEC countries continue to suffer serious and threatening long term effects the Australian economy prospers. It is imperative that we effectively continue to strengthen our economic ties with China and their near neighbors' and the key events being staged by ABF provide an excellent building block to ensure we fulfill this objective."

ACBW 2011 China Day Forum (2nd August 2011)

ACBW 2011 China Day Forum focus includes finance (VC, PE, and funds), business matching, joint ventures, property, education, immigration, tourism and opportunities for Chinese business in Australia.

ACBW 2011 Forum (3rd August 2011)

Hear from the experts on a range of critical issues with Australia's major trading partner. review the impact and opportunities of the Free Trade Agreement and China's Five Year plan. Review the latest trends and opportunities with a focus on clean technology, investment and the growth of Australia's services and agriculture to China.

ACBW 2011 Expo & Seminars (3rd August - 4th August 2011)

ACBW 2011 Expo & Seminars provides growth and development strategies with a focus on international trade, technology investments, government, financial services, marketing, business opportunities and import & export solutions. Free daily seminars from industry experts will be available for attendees

ACBW 2011 'Mix at Six' Networking Function (3rd August 2011)

There's s a saying in China that you don't talk business 'until the third cup of tea'. ACBW 2011 'Mix at Six' Networking Function is a networking opportunity to get together and build relationships. This high profile business networking function will introduce representatives and officials from international trade and business sectors.

ACBW 2011 Business Matching (4th August 2011)

A large trade delegation comprising of Chinese companies and Government will attending ACBW to meet with Australia companies to explore business opportunities. This B2B business matching session with Chinese companies provides an excellent platform to explore business opportunities, exchange valuable experience with Chinese business counterparts, as well as networking and establishing contacts with industry professionals.

ACBW 2011 Business Matching Sessions some of the business matching opportunities include Chinese Corporations seeking to establish Investment, Joint Ventures, Distribution and licensing agreements and purchase and sales of products and services.

ACBW 2011 Luncheon (4th August 2011)

Includes high profile Australian and Chinese Government representatives and industry leaders. This closing function is highly recommended event to attend.

China has become a major powerhouse for the global industry. With China now Australia's largest trading partner, it is important for SME business owners to understand how to export their goods/services into the region. ACBW 2011 serves as a valuable forum for businesses already engaged with China, or looking to enter this unique business opportunity.

For those who are serious about doing business with China and want to network with like minded business people and advisors, should attend ACBW 2011.

ACBW 2011 is supported by AusIndustry, Australian Customs and Border Protection, Australian Industry Group, Shangrila-La Hotels and Resorts & LG Electronics (SEO:066570).

About Australian Business Forum

ABF (Australian Business Forum) is an independent, Australian, non-political organization, which supports the Australian business sector through anticipating its knowledge needs and facilitating dialogue, business and partnerships. ABF initiatives provide a focus on the SME corporate sector, its issues and also its interconnectedness with the wider global community. It does this with the support and input of participants and partners across business, academia, government, the public sector, and the wider Australian and international community.

 


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Jingning Li
Australian Business Forum
E-mail: Jingning.li@abforum.com.au
Tel: +61-3-8689-9898
http://www.australianbusinessforum.com.au


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