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About Delegations


Shanghai is the economic powerhouse of Mainland China and a valued destination for delegations from Australia. AustCham Shanghai provides on-the-ground support for both incoming and outgoing delegations. We have extensive experience in coordinating high-level business delegations in China to ensure a smooth and rewarding visit. The Business Engagement team is able to organise and coordinate a delegation schedule customised to your needs. Enlisting AustCham Shanghai to assist with your next delegation, either incoming to China or outgoing to Australia, will ensure that you have expert on-the-ground assistance across all aspects of the planning, facilitating and running of the delegation.

We are able to provide the following services to business delegations:

  • Programming and scheduling
  • Assistance with venue selection and contract negotiation
  • Travel and accommodation logistics
  • Chinese and English speaking support personnel
  • Documentation and itineraries for each of the guests

Previous delegations

"The arrival of the Lord Mayor’s business delegation to Shanghai provided a unique opportunity to hold a Business Matching Service between Australian companies and companies working in Shanghai. The forum began with guest speakers including The Right Honourable Lord Mayor of Brisbane, followed by presentations regarding business and investment opportunities in Brisbane and China. This was followed by Business Matching Meetings which provided the perfect opportunity for Australian businesses to connect with potential local partners for future business endeavours."

Counselor Graham Quirk, Lord Mayor of Brisbane

"AustCham Shanghai worked with the State Government of Victoria to present an exclusive lunch with the Honourable Louise Asher MP. Hosted at the venerable Fairmont Peace Hotel this luncheon provided attendees with the opportunity to meet with the minister and hear her thoughts and insights on the importance of the Victoria and Chinese relationship and future directions for Victoria’s engagement with China."

The Honourable Louise Asher MP