Excellent Alumni Speaker Series: what is the next trade opportunity?
18：30 - 19：30
Australia House, 80 Pingwu Road, Changning
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COVID-19 outbreaks was and still is disruptive in many ways for business, adding the geopolitical tension between the two countries concerning the potential trade and investment opportunities. There's an old saying in Chinese “when there's crisis, there are lots of opportunities.”
What are the opportunities for trade and investment moving forward? Arricultural? Tech? Renewabel energy/resources? E-commerce?
We are delighted to have Jasmine Zhu, Trade & Investment Director of New South Wales Government to share some of her views. Given her diverse background, enriched experience in FMCG and extensive network, we could surely expect the session to be interesting and informative.
Trade & Investment Director, Shanghai, China
New Sales Wales Government
Jasmine joined New South Wales, Trade & Investment in Shanghai in December 2020.
Jasmine’s prime responsibility is for growing exports originating from New South Wales into China, and Chinese foreign direct investment (FDI) into New South Wales.
Prior to joining the New South Wales Government, Jasmine was the Senior Events & Programming Manager at AustCham Shanghai, where she spearheaded an array of projects, programs, coordinated governmental visits and events over a wide range of industries. Prior to AustCham Shanghai,
Jasmine was the Co-founder of Liquid Solutions and the business was successfully sold off in early 2019.
Jasmine has passionately promoted the bilateral trade and investment relationship between Australia and China for many years. Prior to joining AustCham Shanghai, Jasmine was in the FMCG industry for six years in Shanghai and oversaw the entry of numerous Australian brands into the China market.
Jasmine is a graduate from Australian Institute of Tourism and Hospitality (AITH) and lived and worked in Australia for six years before returning to Shanghai in 2013. Jasmine is currently studying a Master of Business (MBA) with Griffith University, Australia.
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Australia House is the latest project developed by ANKEN group in partnership with Australian Chamber of Commerce Shanghai. The project is designed to be a mixed-use office and commercial development in Chang Ning District, nearby the Huashan Rd parkland and Radisson Hotel.
Australian House aims to encourage an active community environment over seven floors, with shared public spaces - including rooftop terrance, a landscaped courtyard and ground floor street frontage retail/commercial units. Sustainable, contemporary building design with a transparent, prefabricated facade - creating soft, natural light throughout the building and a striking contemporary facade at night time.