Thrive in China – Maintaining Relationships, Networks and Long-Term Strategies for Success | ACBC Vic China Export Program

12 Nov 2021

The Australia China Business Council Victoria (ACBC Vic) is excited to partner with the Victorian Government’s Global Victoria Trade Alliance to offer an extensive program for the revival of Victorian Business.

Through a series of targeted digital workshops exploring export opportunities with China, ACBC Vic aims to empower Victorian exporters to take full advantage of Australia’s largest trading partner, build cross-border relationships and drive Victoria’s global economy.

As the Australia-China trade relationship evolves and international travel returns, Victorian and Australian businesses must reassess and readjust their long-term engagement strategies with our largest trading partner.

For this session, ACBC Vic has gathered a diverse group of China market leaders including Ines Liu (DSA), Nikki Palun (Octtava Wines) and Guy Thompson (ANZ), who will share their hard-earned experience and advice on maintaining relationships, networks, and long-term strategies for success.

Together with Victoria-China business leaders Nick Henderson (Deputy Commissioner to Greater China) and Virginia Birrell (ACBC Vic), our industry experts will guide you through everything you need to know about building successful long-term business relationships and navigating the highs and lows of economic engagement with China.

This online workshop will include an interactive panel discussion with Q&A.


Date: Tuesday 16 November 2021

Time: 12:00pm – 1:30pm AEDT

Platform: Zoom Workshop

ACBC Members: FREE

General Admission: $35 (+GST+BF)


This event is proudly supported by Global Victoria Trade Alliance

Your membership will be cross-referenced prior to the event.

Registration will close one hour before the event starts or when sold out.

The Zoom link will be sent to the email you register with before the event in a separate email. Please check your junk folder.

This online event will be recorded and use the Zoom Q&A function to moderate audience questions.

While ACBC is the facilitator of this event, the information and insights provided at this event are not provided by ACBC.

ACBC excludes any liability in respect of the information and insights provided and attendees rely on and use the information and insights provided at their own risk.

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