Summit to boost ties between Chinese and Australian entrepreneurs
Author: Chen Xia
The annual Sino-Australian Entrepreneurs Summit (SAES) will be held from Sept. 23 to 27 in Sydney and Melbourne, Australia.
The summit will serve as a platform to help top entrepreneurs from China and Australia to build trust and relationships with each other and expand their business influence.
Around 150 entrepreneurs from healthcare services, agriculture and infrastructure sectors are expected to participate in the event.
They will be visiting local companies to seek partnerships with their Australian counterparts as well as attending business trips, round-table discussions and social activities to meet and share their views with influential Australian politicians, scholars and business leaders.
John Howard, former Australian prime minister, Andrew Robb, former Australian minister of trade and investment, and Dominic Stevens, CEO of the Australian Securities Exchange will attend the summit.
Chinese billionaires Yao Junliang, chairman of Meijin Energy Group, Liu Yonghao, chairman of New Hope Group, and Song Jianmin, chief supervisor of Nanshan Group will also be participating in the event.
The summit is organized by the Sino-International Entrepreneurs Federation, a Beijing-based global non-profit organization committed to building extraordinary partnerships between Chinese business leaders and their counterparts from around the world.