Fonterra's innovation in the fast-paced Chinese market
Fonterra has been operating in China for over 40 years now, so the co-op has a "deep understanding of the market," says Teh-han Chow. Chow, who is now permanently in the role of chief executive for Greater China at Fonterra,...
University of Auckland launches Learning...
The University of Auckland has launched two Learning Centres in collaboration with Southwest University (SWU) in Chongqing and Northeast...
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SDJ Consultancy (www.sdjconsultancy.com) was founded in 2010 by Sabrina Douglas-Jones who has worked and lived in China for over 15 years. Based in Shanghai, Sabrina and her team are providing business coaching and advisory services to NZ SME's & Corporates concentrating on the China market. SDJ specializes in market validation and planning, change management, growth strategy and implementation as well as solutions to operational and trade challenges – all with a focus on the high-end or lifestyle related sector. SDJ has a strong relationship to many New Zealand clients with references from renowned brands and companies such as Lewis Road Creamery, the University of Auckland and CITTA Design to name a few.
HSBC NZCTA China Business Awards 2021
The 2021 HSBC NZCTA China Business Awards have been launched. Applications close on 15 July & the Awards Gala Dinner will be held on 7th April 2022 at Shed 10.
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China Import and Export Fair, renowned as the “Canton Fair”, is an important channel of China’s foreign trade and a demonstration of the country’s opening up policy. It plays a key role in advancing the development of China’s foreign trade and the economic and trade exchanges between China and the rest of the world. And it is renowned for “China’s No. 1 Fair”.