Stacey Martin – Strategic Connector
I believe networking is the key to success in today’s busy world, even more so in China where guanxi 关系 is the foundation for building trusted relationships.
Being interested in what clients and business partners are looking to achieve, and drawing on my financial services expertise and extensive network across Australia and Asia, it is a privilege to be able to connect relevant expertise and add value for those looking do build business relationships between China and Australia.
If you are an SME wanting to engage with China, are interested in the Significant Investor Visa migration program, or are looking for the right professional to assist with advice for international business opportunities you can contact Stacey Martin here. Continue reading Expat Advisors Community – network for professionals with internationally connected clients
Having worked as a diplomat and management consultant in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), Cynthia Dearin, author of Camels, Sheiks and Billionaires, shares some amazing experiences from living and working in Cairo, Iran and Qatar.
Today Cynthia runs Dearin Associates helping SME’s enter fast-growing markets and has, following demand from clients, extended her offering to the China market. Continue reading Listen to Cynthia Dearin share her Middle-East experience and why China now?
More than 350 industry and government leaders congregated at Sydney Town Hall for the summit which had an emphasis on strengthening Sydney’s economic relations in Asia. Alibaba, the world’s largest e-commerce platform recently launched in Australia, and the focus was on how Sydney businesses can engage with consumers, navigate regulatory challenges associated with operating in foreign markets and the influence of Sydney’s global city status.
Continue reading Insights from 2017 Future Asia Business Summit – City of Sydney
There is a huge amount of wealth in China looking for diversification opportunities. Meanwhile, many businesses in Australia are seeking expansion capital to meet the demand for Australian products, particularly in the food and agricultural sector.
But how do these businesses meet suitable investors they want to work with, particularly those that can provide access to new markets and distribution? Continue reading Stacey, do you know any Chinese investors who would be interested in my business?
Do you go to lots of events? Hear great ideas but then can’t remember or don’t put into action?
These days it is not uncommon to see audience members on their devices during a speech. We used to think that was rude, but I love the anecdote of the speaker that called out an audience member who was actually tweeting how amazing the speaker was!
So how can you make sure you get value out of all this great content to benefit your business? Continue reading How to capture your insights: tips for event goers