Australian China Business Council Luncheon Review: ‘The Impact of Visa Regulations and New Citizenship In Australia’

By September 21, 2017 Business

Hosted by the Australian China Business Council in Victoria, the luncheon seminar from 11.45am to 2.30pm was held to bring like-minded individuals together.

The main discussions were focusing on the impact of the visa regulations and new citizenship in Australia.

The event was held at Hall & Wilcox. There was time before the event started to network with the other attendees. The event was a sit down informative seminar whilst listening to a panel of speakers discuss interesting topics such as the insights into the amended legislation, the Western value propositions regarding philanthropy and how this will affect the Chinese living in Australia.

The panel discussion included Eric Gao (the Founder and Managing Director of BMYG) and Edward Buckingham (the Director of Monash Business School) followed by the key speakers who were Sandra Jacobs (the CEO of Bennelong Foundation) and Kristopher Kunasingam (Lawyer and Migration Consultant at Hall & Wilcox). There was an opportunity at the end for the audience to ask the panel questions.

The luncheon selection of food was very good and filling.

Attendees of the event were a mix of lawyers, Migration and Education professionals, finance managers and business owners who had business in China.

Location: Hall & Wilcox, Level 11 Rialto South Tower, 525 Collins Street, Melbourne, VIC 3000

Cost: $75

Highlight: The panelist were extremely interesting and the food was very good

Hot tip: Be ready to discuss Chinese business within Australia

Rating: 3/5

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