This workshop breaks down what makes a business successful and looks at the practical steps you can take to grow well into the future!
While the future may look somewhat brighter as we begin to emerge from the pandemic, it doesn’t look a lot more predictable. So how does your business prepare for that? What steps can you take now to ensure success well into the future?
Join ACBC Victoria and Global Victoria for the final session of the China Export Program – empowering Victorian exporters to take full advantage of Australia’s largest trading partner, build cross-border relationships and drive Victoria’s global economy.
With all eyes on China as a global tech leader – the emerging blockchain space and its ability to facilitate trade between Australia and China is one to watch. Shinewing China General Manager Toby Graham will shine a light on this sector, including speculation over the legal status of cryptocurrency in China.
Meanwhile, a global shift towards a green global economy presents risks and opportunities for your business. As Executive Director on ACBC’s new Green Channel program and project lead on its inaugural White Paper, Anthony Coles will share insights on the impact of China’s net-zero commitments on key industry sectors in Australia and drop a scoop on some case studies highlighting current collaborations on climate change.
Finally, with experience in ESG leadership, data sovereignty, social licence and business strategy, Katherine Teh, Principal at TEH & CO, will unpack what it really means to futureproof a company – how do you know if you have? How can you check before the consequences of being out of step impact you?
Hosted by Victoria-China business leaders Nick Henderson (Deputy Commissioner to Greater China) and Virginia Birrell (ACBC Vic), this online workshop will include an interactive panel discussion with Q&A.
Date: Tuesday 9 August 2022
Time: 12:00pm – 1:30pm AEST
Platform: Zoom Briefing
ACBC Members: FREE
General Admission: $35 (+GST+BF)
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.
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