AustCham InterChamber Networking Drinks on Oct 18

By That's PRD, October 13, 2016

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Can you think of a better way to spend a Tuesday night than crushing wine and rubbing shoulders with the who’s who of Guangzhou’s international business community? We can’t, unless given the option of all-you-can-eat tacos with Maggi Thatcher, Harambe and Cecil the lion (#RIPTheGreats).


Since tacos with deceased politicians and animals are not an option, we recommend spending October 18 at AustCham South China’s InterChamber Networking Drinks event, which is being held at the Double Tree by Hilton Guangzhou.

Enjoy a selection of food from around the globe, as well as Australian wine, live music and good company. China Southern have kindly sponsored two return airfare tickets to Australia for a raffle, with proceeds going to Wilber’s Foundation.

Not an AustCham member? No problem! All are welcome to join in the drinking and mingling. As an interchamber event, there couldn’t be a more opportune time to meet business leaders from around the world!

To register please email AustCham South China at or call +8620 2237 2866 with following information: full English name, company name and mobile number.

For enquiries please contact andrew.britz@-southchina.austchamorg.


Tues Oct 18, 7-10.30pm; RMB180 per member, RMB280 per non-member. Double Tree by Hilton.

[Cover image via Inc.]

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