History

Background Info: Australian Chinese General Chamber of Business



A growing Australia - China organisation, focusing on trade, education, crime prevention, regional development, heritage conservation and community in the Asian century.



Established in 1994 by two corporate CEOs and a future State Parliamentary Secretary for Trade, the Australian Chinese General Chamber of Business has become an organisational empire that today stretches across Australia with 7 departments looking after business & trade, education, media broadcasting, regional affairs, community relations, crime prevention, heritage preservation and even a professional soccer team.

As of 2008, ACGCB began its food export venture, first focusing on the Australian crocodile industry before expanding into other game and premium meat products. In early 2013, the food export business was transferred to the purpose established commercial arm - the Australia China Corporation.

Since 2012, the Australian Chinese General Chamber of Business has partnered with the University of Queensland with delivering Chinese business etiquette courses with a variety of industries and government department across Queensland.

In 2013, the organsiation with its trade arm - the Australia China Corporation hosted G'day China, an event held in Hong Kong which promoted the best of Australia, including the food and tourism industry. 

Whether you are a company, organisation or individual based in Australia or China, the Australian Chinese General Chamber of Business can help.