Doing Business with China

Aus-China business: now to the how!

We have all been hearing about Why China and the scale of the opportunities which are massive. But how can you navigate the market and be confident there is demand for your project or service, ensure marketing is tailored to the culture and importantly get the right introductions to support your business growth objectives.
Expat Advisors Community

We are a group of professionals that serve international clients, predominantly from Asia. Contact us for to be part of our network, for relevant business introductions or attend our own and partner forums including the annual Asian Financial Forum delegation. www.expatadvisorscommunity.com.au

Significant Investor Visa (SIV) – Consulting and Concierge services

Since the changes to the investment framework for this inbound migration program, it is even more important that potential applicants, the majority from China, get the right advice from the right professional at the right time.

We welcome potential applicants and migration agents to contact us to see how we can support you throughout the journey and for product and solution providers to ensure they have an appropriate proposition to serve this market. www.sivconsultant.com.au

Business Connections and Support Services 

Expat Advisors Community works with a number of trusted partners. and subjects to your needs and objectives can provide shortcut by arranging appropriate introductions. These currently include:

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.

BasisPoint: SIV events and China market intelligence.

More on our range of Aus-China Business and Consulting services here.

What is China’s One Belt One Road initiative and why is it important for Australia?

At the end of 2013 Chinese President Xi Jinping announced one of China’s most ambitious foreign policy and economic initiatives, the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st-century Maritime Silk Road. It consists of:

  • The land-based “Belt” – the historic overland Silk Road trading routes that connected China, via Central Asia, to Europe and the Middle East
  • The oceangoing “Road” – the maritime equivalents to the south, linking China, Southeast Asia, India, Africa and potentially Australia after Chinese President Xi Jinping called in April last year for the alignment of One Belt, One Road with Australia’s northern development plan.

Continue reading What is China’s One Belt One Road initiative and why is it important for Australia?

Tapping into the Chinese business incentive conference market

Interview with John Grealy, Sales Manager Doltone House

This iconic conference and meeting venue on the waterfront at Pyrmont and in the Sydney CBD has been extending their offering to the Chinese business incentive market.

In this 20 minute podcast, find out why Aus-China organisations such as BasisPoint, Australia China Business Council, AccessCN and our own Melbourne Cup event are taking advantage of their tailored proposition to the Chinese market.

A veteran in sales, John also shares his tips on using social media and conversation triggers for building a successful business.

To listen to the interview with John on the SME Radio website here>>  or download on ITunes: SME Radio ACBC

You can also download the Doltone House brochure in Chinese here.

Connecting Australian farmers and Chinese investors

Why Farms and Finance

Helping his Australian friends in the food sector, Adam Gregory Goern founder of Farms and Finance, saw first-hand how difficult it can be for most Australian farmers, food producers and SME agribusiness owners to access the China market. Hence the creation of the Farms and Finance platform for business introduction through storytelling.

Attending events and conferences can build valuable connections, however, Farms and Finance provides the opportunity for introductions and to have conversations all year round. This enables potential farmers and potential investors to getting to know each other, ensuring values and objectives are aligned, before even thinking about getting on a plane! Continue reading Connecting Australian farmers and Chinese investors