ACBW – Sydney, China and Brisbane

acbw2015-logo-01-e1423705454117 Australia China Business Week 2015 (ACBW) provides a platform for Australian SMEs, to develop their China strategy. Conferences and are held in Australia and China throughout the year.

I am delighted to be hosting an SIV Forum on the second day of the upcoming Sydney event. It will take participants on a journey from the decision to migrate, a case study of an SIV applicant and the investment process, to the new venture capital sector, other business opportunities, and cultural insights to make those new to Australia feel welcome.

For members and connections of Expat Advisors Community we have negotiated a 10% discount. Please include the code EAC 10 in your registration.

Sydney – Wednesday 5th and Thursday 6th August at the Four Seasons

The largest on the annual program, Sydney is tailored towards China-active or early stage SMEs and mid-sized companies wanting to develop and refine their China strategy.  ACBW offers an effective business platform for professionals and investors from Australia and China to connect, network and participate in business matching.

China – Thursday 3rd September to Friday 11th September – Guangzhou, Xiamen, Shanghai

As a delegate to Guangzhou and Shanghai in May 2014, the addition of Xiamen in Fujian to attend the China International Fair for Investment & Trade is an exciting addition to this year’s program.

Suitable for either early entry or established Australian businesses in China, this week provides an excellent opportunity to engage with key leaders and business, on the ground in China.

Brisbane – Thursday 8th October at the Hilton Hotel

Brisbane has seen rapidly expanding investment from China, fueled by Queensland’s favorable climate, strong educational institutions and growing property market. Brisbane successfully held the G20 summit in November last year.

China Digital Conference in September – Monday 21st in Brisbane, Wednesday 23rd in Sydney, Friday 25th in Melbourne

Understanding the digital space is essential for tapping into the Chinese consumer for any Australian business engaged with China. This conference series chaired by China Skinny’s Mark Tanner is a must for anyone looking to have a successful online presence .

To find out more about these conferences, from the entire program, to individual events, lunches, showcases or other opportunities, go to the ABF events website or contact myself or program chair David Thomas at Think Global.Australian Business Forum