2017 Sydney China Business Forum: Capitalising on China's digital revolution China, our largest trading partner, is dramatically transforming its economy through digitisation. So how are you capitalising on this? The Sydney China
2017 Sydney China Business Forum: Capitalising on China’s digital revolution
China, our largest trading partner, is dramatically transforming its economy through digitisation. So how are you capitalising on this?
The Sydney China Business Forum will help answer this question. The event, now in its 7th year, will bring together more than 300 high-profile entrepreneurs, government representatives and academics to discuss issues at the heart of China’s digital economy.
Moderated by Ms Ticky Fullerton, Business Presenter, Sky News, the Forum will help you understand the role of the government and policy-makers in digitisation. It will provide insights into China’s digital transformation and the impact of the internet on its productivity and economic growth, as well as the next step for China’s ‘Internet Plus’ Initiative.
You will also get an update on the development of Smart Cities, how robotics is impacting on the ‘Made in China 2025’ program, and the future and risks of doing business with China in the area of artificial intelligence.
You will also walk away with knowledge which will better equip you to meet market demands, work with Chinese businesses and attract investment.
Presented by the University of Sydney China Studies Centre, with the support of government agencies, industry associations and partners.
The 2017 Sydney China Business Forum includes a daytime forum, including luncheon and keynote speech, followed by evening networking drinks.
EARLY BIRD TICKET PRICES – Early Bird rates end on Friday 28 July 2017
Ticket price includes daytime forum, including luncheon and keynote address, followed by evening networking drinks.
- Individual $350 ($490 after early bird)
- Corporate table of 10 $3150 ($4410 after early bird)
All prices include GST
(Monday) 8:30 am - 6:00 pm
Four Seasons Hotel
199 George Street, Sydney NSW Australia 2000
China Studies CentreE: firstname.lastname@example.org T:9114 1109