Expat Advisors Community Melbourne Discussion Group
Monday, December 12, 2016 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (AEDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Have you been to Hong Kong, the financial hub of Asia?
China has seen unprecedented growth over the last three decades and Australia has benefited from the demand for our resources. With growing wealth, we are seeing a shift in demand for services, with many firms looking towards Australias world class financial services and other industry capabilities.
Join us for our Expat Advisors Community discussion group in Melbourne to connect with other professionals interested in Aus-China business opportunities.
You will also hear about the upcoming financial services and business delegation to the Asian Financial Forum global conference in Hong Kong as well as business networking events and activities from Sunday 15th to Friday 20th January 2017 finishing on a high note with the AustCham Australia Day celebration.
Remember to bring plenty of business cards and come prepared to introduce yourself, how you help clients and interest in Aus-China. If you have any questions contact Stacey Martin on 0413 127 677 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to Aitken Partners for providing their fabulous office where we will also enjoy a relaxing drink whilst taking in the views of Melbourne from the 28th floor.
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Stacey Martin - Founder of Expat Advisors Community
Known as a Strategic Connector, with extensive local and Asian business networks, Stacey Martin assists businesses and individuals looking to achieve success in the Aus-China market.
With financial services and private wealth management background, Stacey seeks to understand clients and connections broader needs and brings together the appropriate capabilities and professional services introduction. She also assists SMEs with navigating culture and market entry and business partnerships.
As the author of "Smooth Road to Travel - China to Australia", Stacey is passionate about evolving opportunities including exporting Australia's financial services capabilities. She will be leading the January 2017 financial services delegation to the Asian Financial Forum in Hong Kong and Shanghai.