Now in its 8th year, Australia China BusinessWeek 2015 (ACBW) is the only Sino-Australian national conference series presented in every eastern state capital city within Australia and also presented in China. ACBW provides a focus for Australian SMEs, and is an excellent platform for businesses to develop their China strategy.
Australia China BusinessWeek 2015 (ACBW) returns to Melbourne on the 24-25 March at the Park Hyatt Hotel. Now in the 8th Year the Melbourne Forum includes 8 high profile events and will be presented over two days. The expanded has been introduced to the Melbourne Forum following the success at ACBW Sydney in September with a record attendance of over 1500 delegates. ACBW 2015 is an excellent platform for companies already “engaged in or about to enter the China market”. New forums include Pathway to China which provides valuable case studies and a range of keynote and panel discussions from Industry and China Experts on topics designed to fast track entry to the China market.
Functions include: ACBW Workshops, Forums, Mix at Six Networking Function, Keynote Luncheon, Pathways to China Forum.
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Following the success of Chinese president- Xi Jinping’s visit in November, the inaugural Australia China BusinessWeek will be presented in on the 27th of March, at the Wrest Point Hotel .
ACBW 2015-Hobart program will focus on Australian Small and Medium Enterprise doing business in China, with topics including:
ACBW China 2015 now in the third year will be presented in Guangzhou & Hong Kong, and is supported by AustCham, Austrade, Alibaba, China Union Pay, and the Guangdong Province & Hong Kong Governments.
ACBW 2015 China- Hong Kong program includes the Westpac-AustCham Business Awards Dinner. It is anticipated that over 250 + ACBW Delegates from Australia will attend.
ACBW 2015 China Delegates In conjunction with the delegate marketing & registration program which has already begun, a major focus will be positioned with Industry Groups and Associations in both Australia and China.