ACBC TAS: Australia & China – the Ongoing Business Relationship China Remains a Very Important Trading Partner for Tasmania.

04 Mar 2021

Australia & China – the Ongoing Business Relationship
China Remains a Very Important Trading Partner for Tasmania.

The political relationship between China and other countries, continues to change and business relationships and trade are changing with it.

China Remains a Very Important Trading Partner for Tasmania

Special Guest

Senator the Hon Jonathon Duniam, Assistant Minister for Forestry, Fisheries & Industry Development

Event Details:

Date: Thursday 8 April 2021

Time: From: 5.30 – 7.30pm

Venue: Peter Underwood Centre, UTAS

157 Elizabeth Street, Hobart

Cost: ACBC Members- $75.00 (plus Eventbrite booking fee);

Non- Members – $90.00 (plus Eventbrite booking fee

For more information, please contact:

Adrian Wood, Executive Officer, ACBC

M: 0414 902 450; E: acbctas@acbc.com.au

Event Sponsors

Ian Locke Consulting

My recent and extensive experience is as a Chief Consultant, advising and mentoring businesses and government in Australia and overseas, primarily in the agribusiness sector. As a Project Advisor, my role is to provide advice to the Project Manager, Project Team, Government counterparts, and other Key Stakeholders. I first commenced business with Fujian Province, China in 1985 in aquaculture and more recently in horticulture.

Agility

Agility is one of the world’s leading logistics companies. We offer the supply chain smarts, technology and personal service that connect your business to global markets, so you can grow.

Sharmans Wines

Elegant Tasmanian wine grown and produced in Relbia, on the outskirts of Launceston. Sharman’s range of premium cool climate wines includes chardonnay, pinot gris, riesling, pinot noir, cabernet merlot, cabernet sauvignon and syrah.

Event Speakers