The Victoria Jiangsu Business Placement program gives Victorian businesses a competitive edge when it comes to doing business with and in China. The program brings business people from China's Jiangsu province together with Victorian business owners and senior staff to:
Learn from leading Chinese educators and business people, gain market intelligence and participate in cultural workshops to develop and expand your business in China. We’ll also match you with a like organisation so you can form relationships with people from your industry who are interested in exploring partnership, investment and collaboration opportunities.
The VJBP will see a number of business owners and senior staff travel from Jiangsu Province in China to learn about doing business in Australia. As part of their visit they will spend time with local organisations to learn about the business environment and operations and share information about their own. People from all industries join the program and you can host a participant for as little as two hours to two days.
The next group will be in 2019. To register your interest in being a host organisation and joining a vibrant alumni of VJBP participant organisations, contact Eddie Zhao EZhao@victorianchamber.com.au or on 03 8662 5234.
The 2019 VJBP program includes business coaching, industry placements and tours, networking events and cultural programs. It is a highly-structured program for Victorian business owners, senior executives and directors.
Program benefits and features
Form alliances with key Chinese business, government and academic leaders
To register your interest or find out more about the 2019 program, contact Eddie Zhao EZhao@victorianchamber.com.au or on 03 8662 5234.
About Jiangsu and Jiangsu Federation of Industry and Commerce (JFIC)
Jiangsu province is China’s manufacturing powerhouse and accounts for more than 10% of China’s entire GDP. The province is only the size of Tasmania but has a population over 75 million and its economy is the size of Indonesia’s (the world’s 16th strongest national economy). Jiangsu also boasts the most educated and skilled workforce in China. Jiangsu has been the sister state of Victoria for more than 20 years.