Join ACBC Vic for an important end of year China wrap-up with the Victorian Commissioner to China Brett Stevens.
As part of our popular and ongoing Strategic China Briefing Series, ACBC Victoria is pleased to host the Commissioner for Victoria to Greater China, Mr Brett Stevens, for a one-hour, online briefing with members and friends.
Based in Shanghai, Brett will share in-market updates from China and on-the-ground insights on emerging sector opportunities, delivering an important end of year wrap-up.
He will also outline the Victorian Government’s strategies and plans in China for 2022, providing insights into the state government’s initiatives and priority areas to help you align your business goals in the coming year.
This is a unique opportunity for businesses with interests in China to connect with state government representatives, gain key insights and learn about opportunities from Victoria’s most senior trade representative in China.
We look forward to welcoming you online.
Date: Thursday 16 December 2021
Time: 4:00pm – 5:00pm AEDT / 1:00pm – 2:00pm CST
Platform: Zoom – Online Briefing
ACBC Members: FREE
General Admission: $45 (+GST+BF)
Brett Stevens is the Victorian Government’s Commissioner to China and is responsible for advancing Victoria’s trade and investment interest across the region.
Mr. Stevens was previously appointed as the Premier of Victoria’s representative in Southeast Asia in 2013 and has over 25 years of international trade experience in the region, across both the public and private sector.
With an extensive background in agribusiness, developing projects within Australia and Asia, Brett has practical understanding of developing business opportunities within the region. 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.
As Commissioner, Brett is responsible for the Government of Victoria’s business network in the Greater China region, responsible for representing Victoria’s interests within China, specifically by facilitating trade and investment opportunities and by strengthening bi-lateral relationships through strategic collaboration. China is a key focus and is at the forefront of the Victorian Government’s international engagement strategy.