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Australia-China BusinessWeek (ACBW) 2011
Show Organizer (s): Australia Business Forum
Event Date (s): July 20, 2011 .. July 22, 2011
Venue: Crown Entertainment Complex Melbourne Australia
Address: 8 WHITEMAN STREET SOUTHBANK MELBOURNE VIC 3006
No. of Exhibitors: 100
No. of Attendees: 200
Flor Size: 2ab
Phone: 61 -
Fax: 61 -
86899897Industry Focus: Products and Services Focus: Summary:
ACBW is the major Australia-China Business Event in Australia supporting the SME sector.
ACBW features nine key functions and high profile events attracting senior delegates from industry and government from Australia, China and South Pacific Region.
ACBW 2011 provides a unique opportunity to gain valuable insight into vast Chinese domestic markets from entrepreneurs who are not only surviving the economic downturn, but are expanding and consolidating their business interests.
ACBW 2011 provides a forum for the international trade community including service providers, exporters, importers, government agencies and business organisations, and contact with Chinese delegates, businesses
and government representatives.
ACBW 2011 provides a central point for sourcing information and advice, as well as opportunities to review the latest business trends, technology, ideas, innovations, solutions, investment and business opportunities
ACBW 2011 covers important and critical topics impacting Australia-China trade markets.
Attracting senior delegates from industry and government sectors across Australia, China and the South Pacific Region, Australia-China BusinessWeek (ACBW) is a unique forum giving organisations valuable insight into international business relations with China – Australia’s largest trading partner. Now in the third year ACBW is a high profile business event allowing entrepreneurs, industry leaders and elite Australian government representatives a forum providing vital information and perspective on trade opportunities within vast China domestic trade markets, and the Australia-China trade relationship. ACBW is a series of high profile events catering for both the Australian business sector and Chinese business and Government Delegates. Scheduled events include a Chinese Delegates Program showcasing finance (VC, PE, funds), business matching, joint ventures, property, education, immigration, tourism and opportunities for Chinese business in Australia. For Australian attendees there are a range of events and functions including forums outlining the opportunities and challenges of trading in China, case studies and panel discussions, a focus on the economic expansion, trade issues, and the emerging business opportunities relevant for Australia. ACBW 2010 is a central point for sourcing information and advice, and the opportunities to review the latest business trends, technology, ideas, innovations solutions investment and business opportunities with China. Delegates and visitors attending this year’s event are able to both network and attend business matching sessions with Chinese delegates as well as experiencing forums, keynote luncheon and for the first year attend ACBW Expo showcasing over sixty exhibitors from the International Trade sector from Australia and China.
Delegates and visitors attending this year’s event are able to both network and attend business matching sessions with Chinese delegates as well as experiencing forums, keynote luncheon and for the first year attend ACBW Expo showcasing over sixty exhibitors from the International Trade sector from Australia and China.
Government, Professional Services, International Trade, Financial Services and Marketing.