Break into the Chinese market at the 2019 CIIE
Australian Made Retail Supporter, Oz-Town, will be hosting an Australian pavilion at the 2019 China International Import Expo (CIIE) and are inviting interest licensees to participate.
The Australian pavilion will be co-branded by the Australian Made Campaign and Oz-Town, providing a platform for Aussie exporters looking to break into, or grow, their market share in China.
Australian Made Campaign will be holding a CIIE webinar on 21st February for interested licensees. To find out more please register for the webinar here.
More about the CIIE
Hosted by the Ministry of Commerce for the People's Republic of China and the Shanghai Municipal People's Government, CIIE with be held on 5-10 November 2019 at the National Exhibition and Convention Centre in Shanghai, China.
Over 200 Aussie brands participated in 2018 with the expo featuring exhibitors across a variety of industries including: food and beverage, consumer electronics, automotive and auto parts, beauty, apparel & clothing and trade services.
According to CIIE’s post-exhibition report, last year the expo welcomed approximately 800,000 attendees, and generated $57.8 billion worth of contracts for 3,617 enterprises across 151 countries.
To meet growing demands this year’s event will see an additional 100,000 m² added to the floor plan, with the CIIE Bureau confirming more than 500 companies from 40+ countries have already registered.
Who is Oz-Town?
Oz-Town is an Australian owned company, who provides a multi-faceted trade platform to support Australian companies exporting to China.
They provide import, logistics and distribution access to companies, and help to facilitate the marketing of Australian-made products to a wide range of Chinses retail distribution partners.
To find out more, please visit http://www.oz-town.com/en/