The China Chamber of Commerce in New Zealand held its 2023 Annual Member Conference in Auckland on August 19th. This marked the first in-person annual meeting for the chamber since the pandemic, with over 200 participants, including Consul Chen Zhiyang from the Chinese Embassy in New Zealand, leaders and staff from member companies, and representatives of partner organizations.
The event is co-organized by the New Zealand China Chamber of Commerce and the China International Import Expo Bureau. Representatives from Chinese Embassy in New Zealand, New Zealand China Council, New Zealand China Trade Association, New Zealand Trade and Enterprises, as well as around 200 government and business figures attended the roadshow.
Participants including officials and business people expressed optimism about trade cooperation between China and New Zealand during the Vision 2023 meeting held here on Wednesday.
CCCNZ will partner with local organisations to assist exporters to learn with the myriad of opportunities and break down the barriers. You are invited to join us at our tradeshow in Nelson to hear more, ask questions and network with experienced traders.
CCCNZ will partner with local organisations to assist exporters to learn with the myriad of opportunities and break down the barriers. You are invited to join us at our tradeshow in Christchurch to hear more, ask questions and network with experienced traders.
The promotion event for the Fifth China International Import Expo (CIIE) 2022 was held in New Zealand's largest city Auckland on 2nd June by China Chamber of Commerce in New Zealand.
China Chamber of Commerce in New Zealand has hosted the Christmas Symposium on 9th Dec 2021 to identify challenges and discuss opportunities that could accelerate China and New Zealand’s economic recovery post-COVID -19.
130th Canton Fair Promotion for New Zealand Successfully jointly held by China Chamber of Commerce in New Zealand (CCCNZ) and China Foreign Trade Centre (Group) has showcased New Zealand businesses' eagerness to engage with Chinese suppliers and China market in the post COVID-19 trade.
To assist the new and old members to increase their understandings, establish connections and understand the development status and demands of members, the China Chamber of Commerce in New Zealand organized a gathering for new and old members and a China-New Zealand trade seminar on 24th June 2021. More than 200 representatives from around 100 member companies participated.
China Chamber of commerce in New Zealand has been collaborated with China Business Summit over past years and this year, CCCNZ has offered a keynote speaker, one panelist and arranged a whole panel discussion which is focus on China E-Commerce Transformation.