Inaugural Brisbane ACBW on 8th October – part of QIBS program

QIBCQueensland International Business Series (QIBS) – 6th to 16th October, 2015

The QIBS provides a range of events, conferences and networking  opportunities:

  • Receive the latest market information on export opportunities, global investment and world trade
  • Meet Queensland’s Trade & Investment Commissioners from around the world
  • Network with senior industry and government figures, building local and global trade and investment contacts

Just some of the events during the first week are:

“Queensland Trade and Investment – Significant Investor Visa Information session”

Representatives of the federal government, Queensland government and financial services industry will present an overview of the Significant Investor Visa (SIV) and the eligibility criteria that apply for potential business migrants seeking nomination under the revised SIV criteria released from 1 July 2015.

Hosted by: Queensland Trade & Investment and Austrade
When: Tuesday 6th October – 3:45pm to 6.00 pm, followed by networking
Where: Queensland Treasury Hotel, 130 William Street Brisbane


“Trading and connecting with Hong Kong & Greater China”

Guests speakers are Bonnie Shek Australia/NZ Trade Development Council, Paul Spiro, Gadens Lawyers, Luca De Leonardis, Invest Hong Kong

Hosted by: Hong Kong Australia
When: Tuesday 6th 5.30 pm to 8 pm
Where: UQ Business School, L19 Central Plaza One, 345 Queen Street, Brisbane


Australia China Business Week”

Hosted by: Australian Business Forum
When: Thursday 8th October, 8.00 am to 8.00 pm
Where: Hilton Hotel, Brisbane

Conference opens with breakfast keynote speaker Premier of Queensland, The Hon. Annastacia Palaszczuk MP. Morning and afternoon forums inclding ond in Mandarin, Keynote Luncheon and Mix-at-Six Cocktail Networking Function.

Includes Significant Investor Visa session moderated by Stacey Martin, founder of Expat Advisors Community with speakers Jennifer Yeo, Mills Oakley lawyers, Carl Hinze, Holding Redlich, Elaine Steed, Blue Skly and Greg McKeon, Queensland Trade.


How to do Social Media in China” 

Hosted by: Australia China Business Council
When: Friday 9th October, 8.30 am – 12.30 pm
Where: Location: UQ Business School, L19 Central Plaza One, 345 Queen Street, Brisbane
Speakers: Stephen Chun CEO of CTI and Tarek Najm CEO and Founder of Parllay, USA

China is the world’s most active social media market yet only a few foreign firms are truly activating their potential to engage with their Chinese customers.

Hear how to navigate the world of China social media for brand development and marketing in China, the rules and regulations and case studies from platforms such as Wechat, Weibo and Tencent QQ.