The Australian Made Campaign is excited to be a part of Global Victoria’s Doing Business in China Business Forum, which will provide insights for Australian businesses looking to successfully build a customer base in the ever-changing, booming, Chinese retail market.
Scheduled to be held on Friday 31 May to coincide with the AFL football match in Shanghai, Global Victoria are inviting licensees seeking on-the-ground expertise about how to expand their business in one of the world’s largest economies to attend.
Australian Made Chief Executive Ben Lazzaro will be featured as a panellist alongside a number of expert speakers from Alibaba, Swisse and SEEK.
For more information on Global Victoria’s Doing Business in China Business Forum or to register your interest, please visit Global Victoria’s website.
Please note, as places are limited a maximum of two attendees per organisation will be accepted
Global Victoria’s Doing Business in China Business Forum will be a part of the Festival of Australia, a new joint initiative between Austrade, the Australian Football League and the Port Adelaide Football Club, to be launched ahead of the upcoming AFL premiership game.
Shanghai 2019 will provide the opportunity to promote Australian brands to an in-stadium audience of over 12,000 people, a prominent proportion of which will be from the Shanghainese business community.
The game will also be broadcasted to an audience that is larger than the AFL Grand Final, with an estimated 5m viewers across Shanghai and Guangzhou as well as a significant Australian audience expected to tune in.
The Australian Made, Australian Grown logo will feature prominently as part of the branding for the festivities, with licensees also invited to take part.
For more information about Shanghai 2019, please visit Shanghai2019.com.au or contact Damien Smith, Partnership Manager on 0431 966 500 or email@example.com.