StarTrack Business Breakfast Series

online shopping, e-commerceStartrack and Australia Post are hosting a business breakfast series focused on local retailers expansion into China through e-commerce, next week.

The Asia-Pacific retail market is the world’s largest and with online retail in China topping $200b and growing, the millions of consumers in China are becoming more engaged with e-commerce and are increasingly likely to buy Australian products online.

The breakfast series will be an opportunity to hear insights directly from retail giant, Alibaba and some of Australia’s most successful international sellers and leading Chinese cross-border experts as they discuss China’s rapidly growing economy.

The panel discussion will be preceded by an insights session, where the latest economic trends and growth opportunities for Australian e-commerce businesses selling into China will be presented.

Speaking at the event in Sydney:

John O’Loghlen director of business development Australia & New Zealand, Alibaba Group

Aby Shukla, sales director, Bellamy’s Organic

Benjamin Sun, director, Think China

Speaking at the event in Melbourne:

Radek Sali, chief executive officer, Swisse Wellness

John O’Loghlen, director of business development, Australia & New Zealand, Alibaba Group

Benjamin Sun, director, Think China

Event details:

Sydney Seminar Tuesday, 6 September 2016 7.00am – 9.00am (6.45am registration)

Establishment Ballroom 252 George Street Sydney NSW 2000

Melbourne Seminar Thursday, 8 September 2016 7.00am – 9.00am (6.45am registration)

Zinc Federation Square Corner of Swanston & Flinders Street Melbourne VIC 3000

This seminar is free to attend when you register and places are strictly limited. A complimentary breakfast will be provided. Get in early to avoid disappointment.

Places are strictly limited, click here to register for Sydney or Melbourne’s events.

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