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Geelong: Growing Business Opportunities with China - Understanding ChAFTA Geelong Forum

10 November 2015

Royal Geelong Yacht Club, 25 Eastern Beach Road, Geelong, 3220

Growing Business Opportunities with China -
Understanding ChAFTA
Geelong Forum
 
Date:    Tuesday 10 November 2015
Time:    1.45pm for 2.00pm - 5.00pm
Venue:  
Royal Geelong Yacht Club, 25 Eastern Beach Road, Geelong, 3220 
Cost:    $45 for Members $55 for Non-Members (includes light refreshments)
RSVP:    
Inquiries: (03) 9027 5611 / james.scullin@acbc.com.au

The recently signed China Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) is a watershed moment in the Sino-Australian relationship. For Victorian exporters there is now unprecedented access to the China market. This combined with many Chinese firms looking to invest in Australia, presents significant opportunities for local regional communities.
 
To assist regional areas in being suitably prepared to take advantage of these opportunities, the Australia China Business Council (ACBC) is returning to Geelong with the Growing Business Opportunities with China series to unravel how the ChAFTA can best benefit the local business community.

To visit the ACBC China Business Network site and view a brief highlight video of the recent Understanding ChAFTA Gippsland Forum 
click here

This event promises to give attendees insight into the complexities of the China market and provide expert advice on how your business can reap the awards offered by the ChAFTA.

The seminar will feature experienced speakers presenting on:
  • What the ChAFTA offers local industries in the Geelong region 
  • How E-Commerce can be used to gain access to the Chinese middle class 
  • What inbound Chinese investment means for local communities 
  • How to move you product to China
  • Lessons learnt from local enterprises doing business with China
  • Overview of the recently launched ACBC China Business Network - Geelong Chapter
Speakers:
 
                                                             
Mr Barry White                                   Mr Robert Burns                                  Mr Russel Wiese 
ProEx Development                                  China Sales Co.                               Hunt & Hunt Lawyers 

                                  

Mr Mark Coleman                                     Mr Peter Dorling 
International Customs and Logistics                 China Business Network Geelong
                                                              Avalon Airport