Australian Businesses Guided to Better Connect with Asia

Published Date : Feb 24, 2015

The businesses in Australia have been informed that they can benefit from Australia’s newly introduced free trade agreements with South Korea, China, and Japan. This was discussed at a specific business forum on Tuesday, in Sydney. 

The Future Asia Business Luncheon featured the CEO and also introduced the Sydney Mayor Clover Moore. They discussed how people can benefit and take advantage of the new open door policy to Asian markets and what type of agreements mean for local businesses. 

The event was attended by more than 140 government and business representatives. They were also a part of the annual Chinese New Year Festival in Sydney. 

Sydney desires to assist the local business community in offering benefits and taking advantage of emerging opportunities across the Asian continent as well. The long-term planning by government and businesses is needed to make ideal decisions in Sydney as well as among the highly-skilled and diverse population workforce in the Asian country, added Moore.    

Sydney’s future investment opportunities and economic competitiveness all depends on the connections with the Asian neighbors. They do not plan to make it in the financial sectors but also in the professional services sectors and other departments such as the education, retail, tourism, and the creative industries. 

The forum is set to give these businesses never before chance to select the best Australia’s trade and investment experts about the recent developments, all the benefits, and future trends in the region. 

Gosper an ambassador of Australia has served the World Trade Organization with free trade agreements with the three major countries. They have a huge step forward in the economic relationship with Australia in the effort of creating new and exciting opportunities for a globally connected city such as Sydney. 

Operating and doing business in these markets is kind of complex. It requires careful preparation also.