Doing Business in Asia

Doing Business in Asia

SA
Jul 23
Please contact the Adelaide office on 08 8211 7222 if you would like to register 


CEDA is delighted to welcome three key leaders to share their experiences, learnings and advice on building business relationships in Asia.

Speakers

Professor Michael Barber, Vice Chancellor and President, Flinders University
Sean Keenihan, President, Australia China Business Council SA
Dr Roger Sexton, Chair, Beston Pacific
Christine Zeitz, President, North East Asia, BAE Systems

Event overview

CEDA welcomes key leaders to share their insight into the opportunities, challenges, learnings and secrets in doing business in Asia.  

While much of our current trade focus has been to meet Asia's appetite for raw materials and energy, the challenge we must now address is how Australia can benefit from what Asia will need next.  Fundamental to this will be the great social and cultural benefits to be had from broadening and deepening our people-to-people links across the region.

CEDA is delighted to welcome Toyko based ex-pat Christine Zeitz, currently President, North East Asia, BAE Systems along with Dr Roger Sexton Chair of Beston Pacific and Professor Michael Barber Vice Chancellor and President Flinders University.  They will provide insight into all things Asia, from Indonesia to Japan and from FTA's to individual tips on doing business in Asia.

Meet the speakers

Professor Michael Barber
Vice Chancellor and President, Flinders University

Sean Keenihan
President, Australia China Business Council SA

Dr Roger Sexton
Chair, Beston Pacific

Christine Zeitz
President, North East Asia, BAE Systems

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