Australia-China BusinessWeek 2019
Australia-China BusinessWeek (ACBW) is the major Sino Australian business forum which has been presented over the past ten years in both Australia and China.
ACBW 2019 Melbourne– 31 July RACV City Club
Three high profile events are included in this year’s program providing delegates with access to Leaders from Government and industry from Australia, China and Asia share their China journey, experiences and provide insight, advise and encouragement for companies engaged or about to enter the China market.
- China Digital Conference
- Australia China Business Leaders Luncheon
- ACBW-Pathway to China Forum
Limited to three sponsors
Inclusion in forum program across all events
Branding across the ABF – ACBW 2019 Media – Delegate platform
Inclusion on application
As the major sponsorship, sponsor will be feature in all publicity, social media and advertising campaigns.
Sponsorship will be presented along with ACBW 2019 branding.
Mix at Six Networking Function
Host the ACBW – Mix at Six networking function
Excellent brand opportunity
Function will be presented on the 17th floor of the RACV City Club from 5.30PM to 7.00PM
Includes sponsor presentation and welcome address
Australia-China Business Leaders Luncheon
Australia China Business Leaders Luncheon is a networking function for executives with keynotes by Australia and Chinese government, followed by a panel discussion with Australian brands sharing of their success in China.
This is the feature event of ACBW 2019 and a high profile sponsorship.
China Digital Conference
An unique opportunity to sponsor this major forum with leaders in China Digital Strategy, International digital experts from Australia, China and Asia.
Excellent half day progam sponsor keynote plus media inclusions.
ACBW – Pathway to China Forum
ACBW Pathway to China forum’s objective is to inform and educate Australian SMEs with current market trends, opportunities, challenges as well as practical know-how relating to doing business with China.
Speakers for ACBW 2019 includes China experts, industry leaders, Australian and Chinese government representatives.