Australia‐China Business Forum

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The Australia‐China Business Forum has been described as an "annual networking conference" organised by the Australia China Development Association, a not-for-profit company "established" by the former Liberal National Party member of the House of Representative Michael Johnson. Johnson is the Chairman of the Australia-China Business Forum Organising Committee.[1]

The Australia‐China Business Forum's have been held each year since 2005, though none has been held do far in 2010. On its website, the ACDA states that the forum "aims to educate and enlighten Australian business owners wishing to learn more about the opportunities, as well as challenges, of doing business in China." It also states that "along with the annual forum, there are also a number of networking opportunities offered throughout the year."[2]

Sponsors

On its website, the forum lists its sponsors as having included:[3]

  • Qantas (2005, 2006)
  • Telstra (2005)
  • Minter Ellison Lawyers (2005, 2007)
  • Campus Group Holdings (2005, 2006)
  • KPMG (2005, 2006, 2007, 2008)
  • Central Queensland University (2005)
  • Typefi (2005, 2006)
  • Daydream Island (2005)
  • Queensland University of Technology (2005)
  • Macquarie Group (2006, 2007, 2009)
  • UPS (2006)
  • AHI Jensen (2006)
  • 7 Network (2006)
  • Tourism Australia (2006)
  • Visa (2006)
  • The Australian Financial Review (2006, 2007)
  • Commerce Queensland (2006, 2007)
  • The Asia Society (2006)
  • China Business International Magazine (2006)
  • Caiani & Company (2007)
  • IAG (2008)
  • University of Queensland (2008)
  • Brisbane Airport Corporation (2009)

Contact Details

Australia-China Development Association
ABN: 88 113 184 295 ACN: 113 184 295
PO Box 803,
Indooroopilly Queensland, 4068,
Australia

Website: http://www.australia-chinabusinessforum.com/

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References

  1. Michael Johnson, "Statement Regarding Today's Australia Newspaper Article", Media Release, May 19, 2010.
  2. Australia‐China Business Forum, "Welcome to the Australia-China Business Forum (ACBF) website!", Australia-China Business Forum website, accessed July 2010.
  3. Australia‐China Business Forum, "About the Forum", Australia-China Business Forum website, accessed July 2010.

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