Doing Business in Australia, HSBC, Wednesday, 20. November 2019

Considerations for Chinese companies and entrepreneurs operating and investing in the Australian market
Event Overview
Australia remains a land of opportunity and continues to attract Chinese companies and entrepreneurs.
Like any market, Australia has its own unique written and unwritten rules of doing business. These rules are not obvious to Chinese companies first entering the market. This event aims to help Chinese companies better understand the Australian market - the best ways to identify new opportunities, build partnerships with local companies, and develop relationships with Government. It will also address the best way to respond when things go wrong.
Insights on these issues will be provided by Chinese and Australian experts with deep experience in the Australian market.  
Why Attend

Learn about emerging investment opportunities in NSW and beyond
Improve your understanding of how business is done in Australia
Understand how to strengthen networks and build business partnerships in Australia.
Learn from marketing experts on how to build government and community support for your business.

Event Details
Event Status: Members and non-members
Format: Presentation + Panel + Q&A + Networking
Price: Member $45, Non-member $98 (excluding GST and processing fees).
Registration: 4pm
Start: 4.30pm
Finish: 7.30pm
Drinks and canapes are included in the ticket price.
Welcome

Karen Liao, Head of China Desk, Commercial Banking, HSBC Australia
Alison Airey, CEO, ACBC NSW

Keynote Presentations:


Nadia Ladak, Country Head of International Subsidiaries, HSBC Bank


Jason Li, Chairman, Vantage Asia Holdings


Panel – Doing Business in Australia


Key trends – tools and support networks for investment


Building brand reputation and social licence


Overcoming challenges as Chinese Entrepreneur in Australia


Building strong government relations


Panellists


Matthew Williams, Director, Investment Attraction, Trade and Investment, NSW Treasury


Sophie Blue, Director, Blue Planet PR


Ning Chen, Vice President, Goldwind


Moderator: Alison Airey, CEO, ACBC NSW


Host Partner

Wednesday, 20. November 2019, HSBC, Doing Business in Australia

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