Australian businesses get to show classy side in Shanghai
With Australia’s exports of the finer things in life to China increasing dramatically over the past five years, Austrade is now calling for businesses to be a part of this evolution and participate in ‘Celebrate Australia’ in Shanghai.
Austrade’s Shanghai-based senior trade commissioner, Christopher Wright, said over the past five years many of
“Exports of textiles, fabrics, personal, cultural and recreational services have doubled whereas jewellery, paintings, drawings art and student enrolments have tripled,” Wright said.
“Celebrate Australia is designed to allow visitors to experience Australia, while providing participating Australian businesses with an opportunity to make export sales and meet key contacts. It will promote
“This event, Celebrate
According to the World Luxury Congress by 2008, 20 per cent of the world’s total luxury goods sales will be made in
Businesses urged to participate in the event include those that pride products or services related to textiles, fibres and yarns, fashion design, culture, cuisine, lifestyle, tourism and business services. If businesses are new to the China market, this is an excellent platform to get direct market feedback from public business visitors.
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