CIFIT is China’s largest Investment and Trade Fair, now in the 19th year, and will attract over 100,000 attendees seeking investment opportunity. We are seeking suitable investment projects and exhibitors to take advantage of this incredible opportunity.
Organised by the Fujian Government and directly supported by the Ministry of Commerce People’s Republic of China (MOFCOM) sponsored by the WTO, OECD, International Finance Group, UNCTAD and many others, CIFIT has a truly global reach of investment with over 40 countries actively participating in the event.
CIFIT hosts the following major components: Investment and Trade Exhibition, the International Investment Forum (IIF),a series of seminars on topical investment issues and on the investment climates in China, and the investment project matchmaking
ABF is providing an opportunity for delegates and exhibitors to connect with the 100,000 Chinese investors attending CIFIT, seeking Australian products and services at the Australian Pavilion.
Participants will also have access to business matching sessions, information seminars and exclusive corporate functions within CIFIT. The Fujian Department of Commerce is also supporting Australia China BusinessWeek 2015 China, by organising separate business matching sessions and corporate functions.
The largest Australia-China business event to occur in Brisbane following the G20 in November 2014, Australia China BusinessWeek will be taking place in Brisbane on July 16th, at the Hilton Hotel. Over 200 delegates from Australia & China are expected to attend this high-profile event with delegates from tourism, agribusiness, financial services and property industries to benefit from attending this conference, with specific forum sessions dedicated to these industries. More Info >
Now in its 3rd year, attending the CDC 2015 series is essential for any Australian business engaged with China. Chaired by China Skinny’s Mark Tanner & presented in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne, CDC 2015 is the premier conference focused on the China digital marketplace.
Representing the most direct & inexpensive way for Australian businesses to reach Chinese consumers, understanding the Chinese digital marketplace is of significant importance. More Info >