Chinese investment into Australia has slowed down significantly in the past two years for a range of economic, strategic and political reasons and we can no longer rely on inbound investment flows to boost our capital-raising activities. But the money is still available in China, and so is the domestic market, meaning that we now need to commercialise our ideas, products and services in China to boost their own domestic ambitions. At the same time, China's "Made in China 2025" vision has boosted investment in foreign technology, innovation and private enterprise. But this also creates some unique challenges.
This will be a great opportunity for attendees to learn from experts and share their experiences, ideas and challenges. The environment in China is changing rapidly and we need to develop new strategies to tap into Chinese capital.