AUSTRADE and the Royal Australian Institute of Architects are inviting companies to compete for one of eight places available on a subsidised business development tour of China in November 2003.
The tour is to allow the study of the local building sector with a view to entering the market and winning contracts, particularly in the second tier cities of China.
RAIA president David Parken said the competition was a wonderful opportunity for Australian architects who had thought about China as a possible source of work but had not had the know-how or contacts to launch into the market.
“The China market provides a significant opportunity for Australian architects who are well regarded and sought after in China,” Mr Parken said.
More information can be found at www.austrade.gov.au/upcomingevents
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