gathering for new and old members and a China-New Zealand trade seminar
Chair of China Chamber of Commerce in New Zealand, David Wang welcomed the forty-four new members to join in his speech firstly. Regards impact of COVID-19 on members’ business, he reminded members should focus on their own shortcomings and liquidity risks, and be alert to potential anti-globalization trends. David suggested members to pay close attention to market changes, adjust their business strategies in a timely manner, optimize and integrate resources, actively innovate and change, and integrate into the development trend of China – New Zealand Trade.
Subsequently, the heads of new members enthusiastically took the stage to introduce themselves and promote their brand. In addition to typical Chinese companies and local Chinese members, the new members joining the China Chamber of Commerce include Zespri, Auckland Unlimited, Bank of New Zealand, KPMG, and Bay of Plenty Rugby Union, Massey University, Lincoln University and other local leading enterprises and government agencies.
After the self-introduction of new members, in a relaxed and pleasant atmosphere, all members freely speak, exchange experiences, discuss business opportunities, and share their views and expectations on the current and future of China – New Zealand Trade.