Knowledge. Networks. Advocacy.
Here in South Australia, our relationship with the China market continues to go from strength to strength – broadening in its scope and deepening in terms of business to business and people to people relationships.
In dollar terms, growth in the SA-China bilateral trade and investment relationship over the last few years is in the billions – principally in agribusiness, food and wine, tourism, international education and property.
The SA branch of the ACBC brings together policymakers with the private sector to collaborate around China engagement. In addition to newsletters and events that share critical market insights and lessons across a range of industries, ACBCSA regularly provides platforms that bring South Australian SMEs face to face with pre-qualified Chinese traders/investors. These events have directly resulted in tens of millions of dollars of trade and investment activity.
Membership of the ACBC is about joining a collective force of companies and public and private organisations who are committed to realising the opportunity and potential of the SA-China bilateral trade and investment relationship.
ACBC offers a wide variety of events throughout the year, including conferences, workshops, webinars and member only briefings.
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Your ACBC Team and Executive Committee
This is your SA Branch team. We are here to support you and your organisation.
Call +61 8 8210 1211 Email email@example.com Visit Level 11, 431 King William Road, Adelaide SA 5000
Sean Keenihan (Norman Waterhouse)President, ACBC SA
Jing Li (Austrade)Vice President, ACBC SA
Jim Gouskos (Pitcher Partners)Treasurer (SA) & Principal – Audit, Risk Management and Assurance, Pitcher Partners
Anthony Coles (TusStar Australia)Chair, ACBC Green Economy Working Group