Ophenia Liang Will Cover Topics About Chinese Digital Marketing Insights From CIIE on 4th December 2018
The Australia China Business Council has organised a summit at New South Wales to promote two-way trade, investment, economic co-operation and understanding between the business communities of Australia & China.
Why Attend The Event?
- You will gain first-hand access to information from the Minister of primary industries, regional water, trade & industry, Niall Blair about forthcoming trade opportunities from his attendance at CIIE
- This Is your golden chance to network with government officials, experts from many industries and other dignitaries
- Network your way through and chance upon ideas and new trends
- You might finally find that long lost solution you’ve been looking for from other industries to apply to your business
What To Expect From The Event
Ophenia Liang, the co-founder of Digital Crew – A multilingual digital marketing agency with offices in China, Japan, New York, U.K., will be delivering thoughtful insights about the Chinese digital landscape from her interaction with industry experts in China, at CIIE 2018 and the upcoming trends in the marketing space.
Other speakers that will be present at the event include Anne Maree Weston – Senior Investment Specialist of Austrade, Doug Ferguson – Partner in charge of Asia & International Markets and deal advisory partner of KPMG and many others..
What You Can Take Back Home From The Trade Summit
Insights from various thought leaders and industry experts for your business
Inspiration from case studies covering challenges and success stories
practical advice on execution and additional tips on how to go about with it
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ACBC plays an influential role as an advisor to the Australian Government on commercial relations with China. The ACBC strongly advocated for the comprehensive China-Australia Free Trade Agreement which fosters more competitive business in both nations.
The Main Objectives Of ACBC Are To:
- Provide information programs and opportunities for the Australian business community to network on China business activities with their peers;
- Host events with senior contacts within the Australian and Chinese Governments;
- Represent members’ views to Australian and Chinese policy makers and act as a conduit between governments and the Australian business community;
- Support the promotion of Australia’s commercial interests in China; and
- Develop and maintain a high level of support for the Council’s activities from the Australian and Chinese governments and collaborate in relevant government-initiated programs.