Join ACBC Victoria and Global Victoria for an exclusive EOY China Market Update with the Victorian Government’s Commissioner to Greater China, Mr Brett Stevens.
ACBC Victoria is pleased to host the Commissioner for Victoria to Greater China, Mr Brett Stevens for a one-hour, virtual roundtable with members and friends. This is an opportunity to voice your queries and concerns to the commissioner and network with like-minded associates.
Shanghai-based since August this year, Brett will share first-hand experiences and on-the-ground insights into China’s shifting economy, including COVID-19 recovery, implications of the recently released 14th Five-Year plan and the brand new RCEP trade deal.
We are delighted Brett will be joined by Global Victoria’s Manager for China and Southeast Asia, Mr Jason Fitts, who will provide insights on the State Government’s priority areas and business initiatives to help you align your business goals for 2021.
This is a unique opportunity for businesses with interests in China to gain key insights, connect with state government officials, provide feedback and learn about opportunities in this growing region.
We look forward to welcoming you online.
Commissioner to Greater China, Victorian Government
Based in Shanghai, China, Brett was appointed as the Victorian Commissioner to Greater China in July 2020. Having worked in the private sector for over 15 years, a combination of biology, project management and business experience allows Brett to bring a unique commercial perspective to the role of Commissioner.
With an extensive background in agribusiness, developing projects within Australia and Asia, Brett has an excellent understanding of the nuances and cultural aspects of developing business opportunities within China.
Manager – China & Southeast Asia, Global Victoria
Jason is the Regional Specialist for China in Global Victoria in the Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions.
In this role he works to facilitate exports to China and Chinese investment into Victoria. He was posted to the Australian Embassy in Beijing from 1997 to 2000 and worked in the economic section covering areas including bilateral trade and investment.
Date: Tuesday 8 December 2020
Time: 12:00am – 1:00pm AEDT
Platform: Zoom Meeting – Virtual Roundtable
Member Cost: Free (normally $25)
General Admission: $35 General Admission (+GST +Booking Fee)