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“Protecting your intellectual property in China – tips, traps and some recent developments impacting Australian businesses.”
The rapidly changing business environment and limited resources often lead to overwhelming challenges for small to medium businesses. Australia China Business Council (Qld) is continuing the monthly breakfast series providing SME members with useful and practical information to take advantage of up-coming opportunities.
The ACBC Qld SME Breakfast Series is an opportunity for Small and Medium Business Members to workshop their China business issues, challenges and opportunities with experienced industry leaders.
Christopher Hewitt leads Moulis Legal international investment practice, advising businesses on in-bound investment, and on out-bound investment into China and elsewhere in Asia and Africa. Christopher has extensive experience in advising and representing Australian businesses on commercial negotiations, corporate and commercial structuring, regulatory compliance and protection of intellectual property in China.
Emilie Franklin is a member of the Moulis Legal investment law practice, and is actively involved in advising Australian and Chinese companies on a range of commercial matters including intellectual property protection, sale and trade agreements, dispute resolution and businesses regulatory compliance. Emilie speaks mandarin, has both lived and worked in China and has a substantial knowledge of Chinese business practices, culture and law.
Details are as follows:
Date: Tuesday 14 October, 2014, 7.45am for 8.00am start 8.00am - 9.00am
Venue: Moulis Legal, Level 4, Kings Row Two, 235 Coronation Drive, Milton.
Cost: Complimentary for members Non-Members $40.00
RSVP: COB 10 October, 2014
A light breakfast will be provided