Upcoming Events

New South Wales

Sydney: February 2018 SME Roundtable

15 February 2018

Date: 15 February 2018
Time: 8:00am - 9:00am 
Venue: Swaab Attorneys, Level 4/20 Hunter St, Sydney NSW 2000
Cost: Free of charge for members and non-members 

Non-members are permitted to attend the roundtable up to two times.
Please ensure you have enough business cards - we recommend 30 business cards on hand.

For more information, please call 9247 0349. 

Our popular SME Roundtable is an opportunity to workshop your Chinese business issues, challenges and opportunities and to hear practical business advice from knowledgeable and China-experienced ACBC members and guest experts. 

David Thomas, CEO of Think Global Consulting

Keynote speaker, thought leader and business futurist, David Thomas is well-known throughout the Asia Pacific for his experience, credibility and deep understanding of China and Asia. With a successful history of forging global business relationships, David helps leaders, entrepreneurs and investors solve the China puzzle.


Nicholas Henderson - Director, Asialink China Practice 

Nick has more than 17 years experience in business development and operations in China. He began his career with IKEA and was instrumental in establishing the company’s first stores in Shanghai and Beijing. Nick was General Manager of the market entry and business development boutique advisory firm, Intralink. He has assisted more than 100 companies with their business growth in complex Chinese markets focusing on sectors including industrial, food and consumer, telecommunications, life sciences, environmental technologies and software.

Before joining Asialink Business, Nick was the China General Manager for the brand strategy firm FutureBrand, a subsidiary of the Interpublic Group. He has worked on projects for Alibaba Group, Bank of Shanghai, Daimler Benz, CITIC Private Equity, Mengniu, Yintai Group, Changhong and the Shanghai Government (Lujiazui Group).

Nick studied an Executive MBA at the Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California, Bachelor of Business (International Trade) and Bachelor of Arts (International Relations) at Monash University and Chinese Language at Nanjing University. Nick is a fluent Mandarin speaker.