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POSTPONED: ACYPI Brisbane | Bridging the gap between Australian start-ups a...

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Australia China Innovation Centre

Level 3, 57 Coronation Drive

Milton, QLD 4064

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Dear Members

Due to unforeseen circumstances, we unfortunately have had to postpone the upcoming event scheduled for next Tuesday 28 November – ‘Bridging the gap between Australian start-ups and Chinese investors’. For those who have purchased tickets, you can have your ticket fully refunded, or you can receive a credit for future ACYPI Brisbane events. We plan to hold this event in the new year so keep an eye out for further details.

In lieu of our final formal event, we will be hosting a China Chats evening on Wednesday 13 December 2017. An invitation with details for this event will follow shortly. We look forward to coming together with our members to share the successes of 2017.

In 2018, we will continue offer a range of formal and informal events for young professionals to engage with one another sharing a common interest in the Australia-China relationship. ACYPI Brisbane are committed to providing interesting and relevant events which provide insight and value for our broad range of members.

If you have any questions, or feedback, please feel free to contact us.


Sincerely,
ACYPI Brisbane Committee

ACYPI and the Australia China Innovation Centre (ACIC) warmly invite you to an informative discussion about Australian start-ups, and how they can attract Chinese investment and flourish in the competitive start-ups landscape.

The evening will consist of a panel discussion led by experts in the field, followed by open Q&A and networking opportunities for all attendees.

The panel will cover topics including:

  1. The benefits for Australian start-ups of seeking Chinese investment

  2. The different commercial approaches that are at times taken by Chinese investors and Australian start-ups and how they may be harmonised

  3. What Chinese investors look for when doing business with Australian ventures, and

  4. Practical and legal considerations for Australian start-ups.


Speakers

Our distinguished speakers will include:

Stephen Baines, director of ACIC, who is an experienced strategic and catalytic leader with a track record of creating long-term value and transforming culture. Stephen is considered an expert in building and deepening relationships with media, employees, customers, governments, regulators and start-ups, and was previously an adviser to the Chairman and CEO of Aurizon (formerly Queensland Rail).

Terrence Liu, director of ACIC, who has abundant knowledge and experience in the financial services and innovation industries and is adept at developing connections between Australia and China. He is an expert in building cooperation, trust and business opportunities for Australian start-ups who are looking to do business in China.

Andrew Clark, associate director of Moulis Legal, a progressive, modern legal business with experience in, among other areas, international trade and investment, mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures, and major commercial projects. Andrew specialises in regulated and unregulated mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and corporate finance, and has extensive experience advising on commercial transactions throughout the world, having practised in Australia and the United Kingdom. His clients range from global software companies and private equity and commodities houses through to start-ups and family businesses.


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6.00pm, Tuesday 28 November 2017 (registration opens at 5.30pm)


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Australia China Innovation Centre
Level 3, 57 Coronation Drive, Milton


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$10 per person

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