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
The Australian Chamber of Commerce (AustCham) is the peak body for Australian business in China. CEO Udo Doring from AustCham Shanghai spoke in Sydney recently providing his personal views on how business is going from insights working with their 400 members.
There has been some talk that China is slowing down, however the view from on the ground is that AustCham member companies are mostly trading well and optimistic about the future. Continue reading Helping Australian businesses in China – insights from AustCham Shanghai
I arrived in Shanghai yesterday on Saturday 20th January 2017 to attend the Australian Chamber of Commerce (AustCham) Shanghai Australia Day Roast 2017, my second Aussie celebration coming from the AustCham Hong Kong Australian Day Lunch at the Island Shangri-La on Friday.
The afternoon in Shanghai at the Kadadu Restaurant was fantastic with the local expat community coming together to mark Australia’s national day with an Aussie BBQ and Pavlova competition. Continue reading Sunday a working day in China – would never happen in Australia!