Streamlined by Austcham Beijing’s Industry Forums, Austcham South China’s Business Services Sector aims to work for and promote the interests of Austcham members directly involved in or related to the business services industry, including financial services, legal services, and consultation services.


Business Services Sector Objectives: 

  • To communicate with and receive feedback from a diverse range of industries in the business services sector in order to gain an in-depth understanding of their interests and needs, and applying this understanding towards developing a long-term approach to facilitate their interests 
  • To leverage the positive reputation of Australia’s business services sector, in order to promote business and cooperation between the business service sectors of Australia and China 
  • To promote communication between different industries and parties in the business services sector, in order to create a constructive dialogue and foster a positive and engaged business environment 

Austcham South China has a wide range of members involved in different industries in the business services sector. Specific industries include wealth management, finance leasing, supply chain management, accounting, recruitment consultancy, legal services, advisory services, tax services, financial investment, and more. 

In order to accomplish the objectives above, the Business Services Sector hosts regular industry-specific events, promotes industry fairs, and shares industry news (including talking points and online resources) with members. 

The Austcham South China Business Services Sector welcomes questions and feedback, and relies on the sponsorship and generosity of its members. 


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