It is widely recognised that China represents an enormous opportunity for Australian businesses. The numbers are simply staggering: 440 million E-commerce buyers, 109 million middle-class adults, a number which is rapidly expanding and an insatiable desire for Australian products and services.
A market worth $91.3 billion in 2015 alone, it’s no wonder that many Australian businesses see this as the opportunity of our lifetime. However, doing business in China can be extremely difficult; it’s very easy to get it wrong and very hard to get it right. The digital ecosystem is completely different to the rest of the world, there are regulatory hurdles, legal challenges and cultural differences to navigate.
Topics covered include Profiling the Chinese Digital Consumer; How to Develop your business with Chinese Customers from your home Market; Cracking the Chinese Search Marketplace; Maximising Wechat’s Mobile Platform; How to succeed in the Chinese APP Economy; Cross-Border e-commerce for Australian Marketeer; The Chinese forms of payment; Understand the Chinese mobile marketing landscape; Future challenges and opportunities.
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- Chairman: Nicolas Chu SinorbisCEO & Founder
- Stephen Drummond Y&R Advertising ChinaChairman and Chief Strategy Officer
- Andrea Myles China Australia Millennial ProjectCEO
- Lisa Ronson Tourism AustraliaChief Marketing Officer
- Allen Qu Netconcepts ChinaChairman
- David Thomas Australia China SME AssociationPresident
- Han Liang Indeed.comGlobal Director Online Engagement
- Radek Sali SwisseFormer CEO
- Simon Rosenberg Seek InternationalHead of China
- Janice Febbraio Australia-China Relations Institute (ACRI)Head of Strategic Partnerships
- Jack Gance Chemist WarehouseChairman
- Natalie Cope Australia China Business Council (NSW)CEO