A rare opportunity to hear from China’s policy makers and business
leaders on their vision for OBOR, and for Australian companies to explore
commercial linkages and opportunities to participate in major infrastructure
projects globally. Outstanding access to the ‘right’ people and organisations
to better understand the vision and intent behind OBOR, and to build
connections for future engagement.
Mr Scott Gardiner | Partner, King & Wood Mallesons
This Delegation is valuable for our organisation to understand
Chinese Companies’ development preference in Australia, and provide
us the senior platform to communicate and find potential cooperation
Ms Belinda Zhao | Director of China, National Australia Bank Limited
I was very impressed with the seniority of executives of Chinese
participants. An excellent information gathering and high level
business network for a few days.
Mr. Tim Dillon | the Victorian Commissioner to China
A valuable trip and worth the investment. Meeting mix was very good and
very professionally organised. We saw some big hitters and my sense of having
a good delegation leader is important.
Mr Andrew Rosengren | Group Executive of Orica Limited
The ACBRI delegation was the first commercial delegation from Australia to China focusing on the Belt and Road initiative. The delegation was extremely well organised. The three-day program provided me with great opportunities to meet high profile Chinese government officials who are responsible for driving and shaping up the Belt and Road initiative, financial institutions who are participating the funding of Belt and Road projects and senior executives from Chinese companies who are actively involved in the initiative. The delegation also provides a great platform for like-minded Australian companies to gain practical insights and have ongoing discussion on the impact and opportunities the Belt and road initiative brings to Australian participants.
Mr Jason Qi | Director of China and Head of Client Insights, ANZ Bank