Trade with the world’s third largest economy
QJCCI-CCIQ JOINT EVENT: HOW QUEENSLAND EXPORTERS CAN TAKE ADVANTAGE OF AUSTRALIA’S TRADE DEAL WITH THE WORLD’S 3RD BIGGEST ECONOMY
Are you an SME exporter or ready to take the next step to become involved in international business? Looking for an overseas market with beneficial access for Australian exports? Then this FREE event is for you.
Join the Queensland Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (QJCCI) and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) at this exclusive event on Wednesday, 15 November in Brisbane, at which we will provide specific advice on access to Japan, the world’s third-largest economy, and how Australian exporters can benefit from the recent Japan Australia Economic Partnership Agreement (JAEPA).
Japan is currently Australia’s second-largest investor and Queensland’s second-largest export market. Launched in 2015, JAEPA provides improved trade arrangements for a range of industries, with benefits for industries including beef, dairy, seafood, wine and services, including education, financial, legal and telecommunications services, as well as resources, energy and manufacturing.
Supported by Austrade, this Brisbane event will provide specific training on how to access JAEPA, along with an overview of various sector opportunities in the Japanese market.
Date: Wednesday, 15 November
Time: 11am – 12pm
Venue: CCIQ Training Room - 375 Wickham Terrace Spring Hill
Dress: Business attire
Anthony Fensom, Vice President, QJCCI
A former six-year resident of Tokyo, Japan, Anthony will give a brief overview of current Qld-Japan trade and opportunities in Japan. Anthony has more than a decade’s experience in the financial and media industries of Australia/Japan, currently serving as director of Republic PR, a Brisbane-based public relations consultancy with clients across a range of industries from Australia and Japan.
Diana Gueorguieva, Manager – International Trade, CCIQ
Diana has over 15 years of experience in international trade and over 20 years of business development and management experience in her current role as a Manager International Trade at CCIQ. Over the last 15 years Diana has been also helping Queensland businesses to achieve offshore success by providing trade advice, assisting with overseas market research, strategy development, export marketing planning and implementation and finding potential business partners overseas.
Diana manages a team of International trade officers who provide export documentation services to over 1300 Queensland’s exporters and international logistics companies.
The event will include briefing notes courtesy of CCIQ.