The inaugural Australia China Business Week 2015 (ACBW) Adelaide event was held on Friday 10th July at the Convention Centre in partnership with the Australia China Business Council, where Premier Jay Weatherill also launched the ACBC-NAB China Trade report.
ACBC President and SA Government Strategic Advisors for China, Sean Keenihan shared with the delegates SA’s sister city state relationship with Shandong Province and their recent delegation which you can read about here.
Morning sessions included case studies on success with exporting wine, education and health care, while the ACBW forum in the afternoon included the role of Hong Kong in the Asian Century, and eCommerce platforms.
I was delighted to deliver the final address on the recent changes to the Significant Investor Visa as well as learn about other types of business visas during the week from connecting with local migration lawyers.
For a full wrap up of the event including speakers, session highlights, as well as demographics of the 500 plus attendees, check out the ACBW 2015 Adelaide Event Review.