Other Services

Expression of Interest: Marketing through Popular Chinese E-commerce Platforms

With China's digitalisation, the way of advertising and promoting products has shifted to social media. Right before the biggest e-commerce festival in China - the Double 11 sales, this workshop will help Australian small business / business people better understand how to use popular Chinese e-commerce platforms to maximise efficiency when engaging with their Chinese partners and clients as well as expanding the Chinese market, domestically and internationally. The participants will also have the opportunity to practice utilising several Chinese social media & e-commerce platforms.

For further information, please click here, or contact Ms Ada Wang at ada.wang@unimelb.edu.au.

 

Doing Business with China A-Z Series 澳中ÀoZhōng商务讲座

This online workshop series is designed to assist businesspeople to better engage with their Chinese partners, clients, network, co-workers etc. These 1-hour, hands-on workshops, will help in successfully navigating Australian (澳Ào) and Chinese (中Zhōng) interactions and business deals.

Group registrations and indstry-tailored workshops are available.

Workshops include:

  • E-commerce in China
  • Chinese Social Media for Client Engagement
  • Pre-departure Preparation  
  • Chinese Negotiation Styles

To register your interest, please contact Ms Ada Wang at ada.wang@unimelb.edu.au.

 

Chinese Proficiency Testing

The team at the Institute has extensive experience in designing and administering industry specific Mandarin proficiency tests for organisations and local businesses. These clients seek our expertise to provide them with a complete language assessment report for their staff who engage actively with Mandarin speaking customer and clients. This helps them to ensure that quality service is extended to their Mandarin-speaking customers and clients.

For further information, please contact Ms Ada Wang at ada.wang@unimelb.edu.au.

 

Market Research Focus Groups

Confucius Institute focus groups are facilitated in Chinese, with participants drawn from migrant, international student, and frequent traveller communities. Participants are encouraged to give honest feedback on your company's offering.    

For further inforamtion, please contact Ms Ada Wang at ada.wang@unimelb.edu.au.