China is Victoria’s number one two-way trading partner and export destination. With changes in demographics and shifts in consumer preferences giving rise to new market opportunities in China for Melbourne-based companies.
A strong consumer health focus and a growing internet retail market is creating new distribution channels and shifts in approaches to partnering for health products. This BioBreakfast session will feature companies discussing their market strategies and risk management approaches, with a focus on consumer and over the counter products.
Date: Friday 30th June 2017
Time: Registration from 7:20am for a 7.30am breakfast networking followed by presentations and discussion from 8.00am – 9:00am
Venue: The Cube, ACMI, Federation Square, Melbourne
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Isaac Huang, Government Relations China, Swisse Wellness
Mr Huang is a Chinese-Australian relationship specialist and responsible for Government Relations for China
in Swisse Wellness. He is a highly experienced, versatile, strategic focused specialist, with China focused capabilities underpinned by his deep understanding of the China-Australia industry and economic environment, Chinese and Australia Government policies and initiatives relating to international trade, investment and industry development.
Prior to Swisse, Isaac held senior role in an international leading consulting firm with ten years’ experience specialising in
Chinese outbound investment and strategy. Isaac has advised and assisted a number of Chinese businesses including State Owned Enterprises, successfully investing and doing business in Australia.
Liu Bing returned to Australia in 2016, from her previous role as Acting Senior Trade Commissioner/Deputy Consul General Shanghai. Bing is now Senior China Adviser based in Austrade’s Sydney office.
While in Shanghai, Bing managed the Austrade East China network of offices by providing business opportunities and services for Australian entities in trade, education and inward investment. Bing was also the team leader of Austrade’s China financial services team, assisting Australian financial services business operations in China and enhancing Australian brand awareness and promoting Australian industry capabilities in China.
Prior to Shanghai, Bing had worked in similar roles in both Guangzhou and Beijing at the Australian Consulate in Guangzhou and the Australian Embassy in Beijing respectively from 2004-2012. Bing holds a bachelor degree of Medicine from China and a bachelor degree of Nursing from Australia.
Final speaker to be announced shortly…