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ACBC Lunch 27th Nov 2015: Featuring Simon Henry, Co-CEO of Juwai

ACBC

Interested in attracting property investors and buyers from China or keen to learn more about doing business with China?Join the Australia China Business Council (Qld) and PCA Industry Lunch featuring  Keynote Speaker Mr Simon Henry, Co-CEO of

Juwai.com, the most influential international property site in China.

Simon will be in Brisbane from China specifically for this event, to share:• the latest news about Chinese overseas property investment trends with recent economic developments in China
• his insights on Chinese buyer/investor preferences and motivations
• his extensive experience in establishing and doing business in China.

To register please

click here.

About

Juwai.com,  China's largest international property website for Chinese buyers, was founded by Queenslanders Simon Henry and Andrew Taylor in 2011.  The company has partnerships with listings services, real estate agent networks and property portals around the world.  The company also assists Chinese international property buyers and high net worth property investors around the world to connect them with real estate agents and developers.  The site is visited by thousands of Chinese buyers each day from over 315 cities throughout China, as well as from buyers from Taiwan, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore.  Simon has over 20 years experience working in the real estate sector internationally.

Date                27 November 2015
Venue            Sofitel Hotel
, Brisbane
Time               12.00-2.00pm
Tickets           $180 Individual / $1,700 Table of 10

Register here.

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