Culture is an integral part of any community and China is no different. One of the ways this can be expressed is through films.
Movie going is expanding rapidly in China with the rise of middle-class incomes. Currently, there at 30,000 screens in China vs 39,000 in the US with 15 being built every day, included in most shopping complexes. A trip to the cinema is an annual event in China vs four times a year in the US, so there is enormous market potential. Continue reading Exporting our film capabilities to China→
For those looking to do business in Asia, the China International Fair for Investment and Trade (CIFIT) held annually in Xiamen, is an ideal event to experience the vibrancy of this rapidly evolving marketplace and make relevant connections to accelerate your business plans in the Asian Century.
Diversity is not just about gender, culture and ability, it’s also appreciating experiences and perspectives across the generations. This unique event hosted by the Rugby Business Network provides an insight into the careers of a father and daughter, united by a love of sport.
The Australia Week in China (AWIC) delegates that visited Alibaba’s head office in Hangzhou in April 2016 saw the announcement of an office being set up in Australia. Global President Michael Evans and the local team including James Hudson, previous NSW CEO for Australia China Business Council, have just completed a roadshow.