2015 SYDNEY CHINA BUSINESS FORUM, MONDAY 2 NOVEMBER
China's health revolution and opportunities across industries
The annual Sydney China Business Forum is one of the leading events focusing on business interactions between Australia (Sydney) and China. Held for the fifth year on 2 November 2015, it is organised by the University of Sydney’s China Studies Centre, with the financial support of various partners
The theme of the 2015 Forum was ‘China's health revolution and opportunities across industries’. The forum focussed on issues that are crucial to the development of cooperation between Australia and China in the healthcare sector, such as current trends in China’s health industry, recent and expected regulatory reform; demand for hospital/medical central information systems and opportunities for Australian business; and the significance of the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA). The full program can be viewed here.
The China Studies Centre, National Australia Bank and The George Institute for Global Health also released a joint report ‘Australia-China healthcare opportunities’.
The 2015 forum was attended by 260 delegates and has generated business opportunities for a number of Australian and Chinese companies. The China Studies Centre received overwhelmingly positive feedback from partners, speakers and delegates.
"Congratulations on organising such a successful event."
Abraham Chan, Chairman of PuraPharm Corporation Limited
"Thank you on behalf of the NAB team, it was an excellent collaboration with University of Sydney in rolling out the healthcare report at the forum. The feedback has been very positive and the forum was an outstanding platform to connect with the right people in the business. We greatly appreciate the effort that went into the report and would be pleased to continue our partnership of thought leadership in the future."
Michael Ball, NAB Global Head of Healthcare (Institutional Banking)
"What an amazing conference you organised!! It was a sensational day. Countless people commented about how valuable they found the day to be. The logistics worked beautifully and the organisation was flawless."
Kevin Hobgood-Brown, Managing Director, HHK Advisory
"Great job to all involved to organise this event. Congratulations."
Shirley Gao, Foundation for Australian Studies in China
The Sydney China Business Forum is organised by the University of Sydney, with the support of government agencies, associations and partners. For more information or phone +61 2 9114 0837.