The scale of the opportunities in China are massive but can be tricky to tackle on your own. We can help you navigate Aus-China from demand for your project or service to marketing and culture and importantly arranging introductions to support your business growth objectives.
1. Doing Business with China
Market entry and business matching through strategic partners:
Dearin & Associates: International Business Accelerator course – details here.
Farms and Finance: connecting Australian agriculture with Chinese capital – details here.
Australian Services Roundtable: SME mentoring for internationalisation – details here.
2. Significant Investor Visa (SIV)
Trusted partners making the road as smooth as possible for SIV Applicants and thought leadership with BasisPoint. www.sivconsultant.com.au
3. Expat Advisors Community
Professionals serving international clients, discussion groups and Asian Financial Forum delegation. www.expatadvisorscommunity.com.au
More on our range of Aus-China Business and Consulting services here.
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