Upcoming China related events, supported by PIRSA

PIRSA are supporting several events in May relating to business in China.

eCommerce for Food and Agribusiness

The workshop will be delivered by FIAL and Asialink and is designed specifically for the food & beverage industry, incorporating feedback and insights from e-commerce platform buyers and suppliers. The workshop objectives are to prepare Australian food and agribusinesses to capitalise on the rapidly growing Chinese e-commerce demand for Australian products.

Workshop Content will include:

  • Introduction to e-Commerce in China specifically for food and agribusiness products
  • Emerging trends and dynamics associated with e-Commerce and how to best market your product
  • Opportunities for fresh produce
  • Business and operational models/requirements to access the various Chinese online marketplaces
  • Product clearance under the e-Commerce channel
  • Costs associated with the various e-Commerce platforms/channels
  • Building a price matrix for profit and compatibility with supermarket/food service channels
  • e-Commerce as part of an overall China market entry strategy
  • Marketing your products on e-Commerce – how to promote & sell to Chinese consumers
  • IP & brand protection
  • China mediation procedures
  • Potential impact of CHAFTA on e-Commerce opportunities
  • The future of e-Commerce platforms in China

Download the flyer for further information.

Visit the website to register for this event

China-Australia Agribusiness SME Trade and Investment Conference

This event will be held in Sydney on May 23 and is open to Australian producers, processors, exporters, importers, investors or entities who are seeking trade, investment or other cooperation opportunities in the following sectors:

  • meat
  • horticulture
  • dairy
  • food
  • wool and skin
  • forest and wood
  • grains and other cropping
  • agriculture-related technology, machinery and equipment
  • wine
  • other agriculture-related sectors
  • aquaculture

Download the flyer for further information. If you are interested in attending, please contact Mindy Xu or Natalie Shao from the Bank of China.

This entry was posted in Industry News, Uncategorized on Friday, May 6th, 2016

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