BestExchangeRates was selected as a delegate for the Australia Week in China (AWIC) trade delegation to China with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull in April 2016.
AWIC 2016 was the largest business mission ever organised by Austrade consisting of almost 1000 delegates from around 750 companies. AWIC 2016 focussed on forging business linkages, building the bilateral relationship with our largest trading partner and demonstrating Australia as a trusted trade, investment, education and tourism partner with China.
BER was also part of the Stone & Chalk Asia Satellite Series – Fintech Connect China + HK which too place alongside the Australia Week in China in collaboration with the Australian Trade Commission and with the support program’s founding sponsors: Stone & Chalk, the New South Wales Department of Premier and Cabinet and The Commonwealth Treasury, and the program’s corporate sponsors, as well as community and corporate partners.
Financial reform and the opening up of China’s financial services market is attracting global attention. China is aiming to create a financial market to rival those of the US and Europe. Hong Kong, as one of the world’stop three global financial centres, offers vital experience and infrastructure to translate these plans into reality.
David presenting BER @ People Squared Incubator 华山路323弄2号People Squared工作室 (近常熟路 蔡元培故居隔壁)
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