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Australia China Business Council Members Explore International Advisory Boards


Advisory Board Centre Founder & CEO, Louise Broekman, was the special guest speaker at the Australia China Business Council Boardroom Event to explore International Advisory Boards for Australian Businesses.

The event was organised by Wen Gu, CEO of Australia China Business Council QLD, and hosted by David Callaghan, Partner Business Services of Mullins.

The boardroom event was designed to provide ambitious Australian businesses looking to engage in International markets with an insight into how a well structured Advisory Board with in-market advisors and depth of experience to accelerate their entry, maximise their return and guard their investment.

As more businesses shift to operating in a truly global economy, connecting to the right support networks is a critical element to thriving in today’s rapidly changing marketplace.

An advisory board is an effective way to benefit from genuine support and insight to accelerate your strategy and give your business a competitive edge.

Your advisory board can connect you to bigger networks and expertise that you might not have on your operational team – like how to expand into new markets, make acquisitions, or mentor the next generation of innovation champions in your business, for example.

For Australian businesses looking to engage in Chinese markets, on-the-ground Advisors with current market knowledge and contacts is vital.


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The Advisory Board Centre supports businesses seeking to explore international growth options by connecting them with experienced, independent Advisors.  Additionally, we host International Trade Missions like Engage China 2019.

The Engage China Trade Mission program includes site visits, knowledge sharing programs and local connections with direct, in-market experience to support businesses and Advisors to successfully engage with import/export opportunities in Chinese markets.  The 2019 program includes Hong Kong, Shenzhen and Shanghai .



About Author:

Louise Broekman
Louise is an award winning Entrepreneur, researcher and business advisor. Louise has received recognition from Industry and Government at a local and national level for her contribution to the Australian business sector. She is an in-demand speaker and is regularly called upon as the leading voice for Advisory Boards in the Asia Pacific region.