Aus-Asia Business Program

The arduous art of identifying early investment trends | An insight from expert financial consultant and thought leader, David Chin

For the majority of people, research is a laborious chore to be avoided at all costs. In the mind of Basis Point founder David Chin, however, research is entertainment at its best.

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Advice from an intuitive entrepreneur | MD Tricor ChewandDormers, past President & Board Director of the NSW Business Chamber and author, Tony Dormer

Business is definitely nothing new to Tony Dormer, Managing Director of accounting firm Tricor ChewandDormers who established his first business about 40 years ago.  In fact, Dormer believes that entrepreneurship was always his destiny.

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Farms and Finance founder Adam Goern | Connecting culturally different people for one common goal


Adam’s part starts at 10:40

Having lived and immersed himself in cultures all around the world, Adam Goern is well versed to facilitate international relationships and networks.

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How to navigate and thrive in Hong Kong and wider Asia | Tips from international business enabler, Drew Waters

Experienced international business enabler and former AustCham CEO Drew Waters stopped by the Aus-Asia Business Program to share a wealth of insights with listeners.

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ACBC CEO Natalie Cope | Researching and respecting Chinese culture vital to success

Voted Australia’s Top Emerging Leader in 2015, Natalie Cope has had a long infatuation with China after a gap-year trip to the country as an 18-year-old. She had her appendix removed on that journey, now joking that a part of her has never left China.

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